Star Legacy Foundation is a community of health professionals, families, researchers, policy makers, and advocates dedicated to healthy pregnancy outcomes and stillbirth prevention. We provide education, support research, offer family support, raise awareness, and encourage advocacy regarding pregnancy loss and neonatal death. Our focus is to prevent these stillbirths and ensure optimal care for families when prevention isn’t possible. Our passion comes from the memory of babies who left us too soon and the belief that every pregnancy deserves a happy ending.
We are honored to provide support and resources to families expecting a new baby or experiencing a pregnancy loss or neonatal death. This section offers information about keeping a pregnancy healthy, how to help a family experiencing a loss, resources available to bereaved families, and commonly asked questions.View Info for Families
Perinatal medicine is changing rapidly. We support research aimed at stillbirth prevention and care and work to bring emerging evidence to health providers. Additionally, we offer support and evidence-based resources to providers who care for families experiencing perinatal loss.View Info For Health Professionals
Volunteers are the lifeblood of our organization and we welcome others who share our passion for the prevention of stillbirth and support for families who experience these tragic losses. There are many ways to join our team or support our efforts.View Info for Get Involved
We will never forget the precious babies who left us too soon. Star Legacy Foundation initiatives are inspired by their memories. We honor and remember our ‘stars’ in this memorial. You are invited to remember these babies with us and add your own ‘star’. Memorial pages for individual ‘stars’ are also available.
Remembering our first child and only daughter, Kiana Bryn, born to heaven, full-term stillbirth. I always wish I knew what she would have looked like, and I am always thankful she was with me for 9 months.See all of our Stars here.
Our college roommate lost her baby in April 2015. Every year on the anniversary of her tragic loss we try to do something to honor her sweet baby girl. She doesn't want her daughter to be forgotten, and we don't either. Thank you for the work you are doing.See all of our Stars here.