UPDATED: 13:30 11th January 2021

A message from our CEO to our families

With the whole country under lockdown once again, I want to reassure you that we are still right here for you. We understand it continues to be a worrying time for everyone, from expectant families who need to attend hospital appointments, to new families, to the parents of children who are now at home – whether that be smaller children or university students.

Twins Trust staff and volunteers are continuing to work from home, but we are just a click, an email, or a phone call away. Here's a checklist with some of the information and support we can offer.

Support for expectant parents

Support for parents 

Please, use us if you need us. If you have any questions or concerns, our support team and dedicated volunteers are here to help. Need to talk? Please call Twinline on 0800 138 0509 or email [email protected]. One of our early years practitioners can help with sleep, feeding and establishing routines, by phone or video call.

And finally, Twins Trust, like other charities, is facing a tough time during this crisis and experiencing dropping levels of income. The support we continue to receive through membership and online donations is much appreciated and will make that all-important difference.

We're doing everything we can to continue to support our very special multiple birth community by continuing to create new online content and adapting the way we work to support families – thanks for supporting us, we can’t thank you enough.

Sending best wishes to you and your family. Take care and stay safe.

Keith Reed

CEO, Twins Trust

If you're pregnant and worried about Coronavirus, please read the latest information for pregnant women and their families from Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists RCOG, The Royal College of Midwives and Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.

We want to wish you all well during these difficult times and thank you for your continued support.