Hannah’s Heart and Love is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Through the loss of their daughter, Hannah, Heather and Jason Kimble wanted to help others going through the loss of their precious baby(ies) through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth, and infant death. Hannah has also inspired Heather and Jason to help others who have decided to carry their baby(s) after receiving a fatal diagnosis. This is done by supplying items, recovery boxes, resources, and more to these families locally, nationally and around the world.
Your donation is greatly needed and greatly appreciated. Every little bit helps. You will touch the hearts of many moms, dads, and families who have lost their sweet baby.
Over 80 recovery boxes have been requested from 22 states in 2015.
$10 equals one book on baby loss. $100 equals a complete miscarriage/ectopic pregnancy recovery box.
You can also donate items through ourAmazon wish list.
“I laid on my bathroom floor pushing out my 14 week, now deceased, baby intact inside its sac. I never felt such heartache. I was busying googling resources and support groups I could go to, to try to help me cope and came across this organization, a couple of days later I saw a huge package at my doorstep. When I opened it all I could do was cry while reading the stuff. This page, the founder of it, and the people who have donated to make these boxes possible are true lifesavers! Thank you all! As soon as my finances get better I will be helping donate to put these boxes together in honor of my wonderful angel baby.”
– Kelsey A.
“We lost our baby girl JoAnna Lynn on July 31st, 2015 and I cannot even begin to explain the pain we are going through. We cannot make ourselves understand why God did this to us after all we have been through. I received a recovery box in the mail today and I just want to thank you for the amazing things you and your husband along with little Hannah are doing. You all are gifts from God and I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Sending prayers your way and to the many other parents experiencing loss.”
– Jamie W.
“My name is Victoria. I found Hannah’s Heart and Love a few days after my last loss; I’ve had three of them. I was broken, torn. I just didn’t know what to do. I have PCOS, so it makes it hard to have children so knowing I could get pregnant, but not hold onto it was shattering to me. I’m young, I know this. But my whole life I’ve wanted nothing but children and was told that I would never be able too, but I did. But after my third loss, I was 6 weeks 2 days, I gave up and didn’t want to try anymore. My fiancé wanted to badly but I was just to broken to even give it a second thought. Then, I found this page and boy did it change my mind. There is so much love here. So much understanding, I feel like even if I did lose again, that I would get the support I need to push through and just keep trying. Seeing people on here talk about the lost babies breaks my heart, but it shows me that I’m not the only one who suffers daily. I’m so glad I found this page. Thank you so much!”
“Heather and Jason Kimble have turned their loss into a gift to others. They have provided a place for families who have suffered losing a baby to find support. I am proud to be a supporter of this organization.”
– Andrea K.
“I just received my recovery box today and I cannot express how much I appreciate and love it. I am so thankful for what you are doing. I will never forget my beautiful babies, and now thanks to you all, I have this beautiful memory box to keep their memory alive, not only in my heart, but in my house. As every time I look at it, or my kids want to see their brother/sister’s things, I can get the box and feel their spirit alive. Thank you so much for this <3”
– Shelby R.
“My family and I have just received the recovery box. Thank you so much! I don’t know how to repay you back, but I know God will bless you for what you are doing. I would love to donate you ladies something, but at the moment I can’t. May the Lord keep on giving you strength and guidance to help keep on helping women life us. Thanks again!”
– Teresa M.