A CHARITY helping people with the loss of a baby will benefit from a coffee morning on Saturday.

The fundraiser in aid of SiMBA takes place in Belhaven Church Hall.

The charity was founded in Dunbar by Sara Fitzsimmons and recently announced it was struggling financially. The charity could be forced to close before the summer due to the impact of the cost-of-living crisis.

Ms Fitzsimmons said: “In order to save SiMBA, we need your help.

“Since 2005, SiMBA has been committed to supporting bereaved families who have lost a baby, at any stage of pregnancy and around the time of birth, by providing our memory boxes, family rooms, Trees of Tranquillity, support, information, raising awareness and events that honour the memory of a baby who has died.

“Since 2005, our organisation has donated over 50,000 memory boxes and, in the last year alone, we have gifted over 10,000 boxes.”

Home baking, a raffle and free crafts for kids will be on offer at the event, which runs from 10am to 1pm.

Entry is £1.