Mariposa Awards 2020

Actress and Charity Ambassador Kym Marsh joined with The Mariposa Trust in 2018, to launch the ‘Mariposa Awards’. The awards look for midwives, nurses, bereavement midwives, doctors and community members who have gone above and beyond in the care and support that they have provided for people who have experienced baby loss, and have recognised amazing incredible practitioners and pioneers over the past 2-years, and 2020 is set to be the best year yet.

The awards will take place at the charities flagship ball at the incredible 5* Landmark Hotel on the 28th March 2020, with shortlisted finalists attending on the night, to see who will be this years winners. (

There are three categories that are open to public votes:

The Archie AwardThe Archie Award

In partnership with Kym Marsh, one of the charities Ambassadors, the Archie award is in memory of her son Archie, who sadly passed away during pregnancy.

This award is for a Midwife who has gone above and beyond in the level of care they have provided.

The Compassion AwardThe Compassion Award

This award looks to honour a GP, Doctor or Medical Professional who has shown genuine care and compassion for a patient who has suffered baby loss.


The Community AwardThe Community Award

This award is for someone in the community who has supported someone through baby loss.

They could be medical professional, community worker, social worker, member of clergy, teacher or just a general member of the public, who has truly got alongside and supported someone through baby loss.

In addition, the charity will also be giving awards to a ‘Corporate Hero’, awarded to a company that have donated to the charity whether that be financial, in time or in kind, and to a ‘Volunteer Hero’, who has positively impacted the work of the charity.

To nominate for one of the three categories, please either use the form below to nominate or email [email protected] with your full contact details, name and contact details for the person you are nominating, the category you are nominating them for, and in less than 500 words, describe why you think they should win.

Nominations close at 5.oopm on Thursday 7th February 2020, and the shortlist will be announced on the 15th February 2020.