About us

Find out how Luna is shining a light on support for children after suicide

Our training

We offer evidence-based suicide bereavement training for professionals


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Luna does not offer direct support to children and families impacted by suicide or those experiencing distress and/or despair.

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Our founder & CEO
Anna Wardley

Motivated by her own experience of parental suicide, British endurance swimmer Anna Wardley founded Luna to implement the findings from her Churchill Fellowship report; Time To Count.

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What we offer

Our interactive online workshop prepares professionals to support children and young people after suicide bereavement

We share our expertise with organisations to help them support children and young people left behind after suicide

We are working to influence policymakers to focus on unmet needs of suicide-bereaved children

Our library of collated multimedia resources to support children after suicide and those caring for them

How to donate

If you would like to support Luna’s work to improve the support for children and young people who lose a parent to suicide, please see below for a range of way that you can make a donation.

Thank you in advance for your generosity, together we can help children impacted by parental suicide to find light in the darkness.

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A very informative, educating, yet inspirational, workshop on such a sensitive topic.

Sarah S.

Taking away the stigma was a vital message to take away. And the need to be honest at an age appropriate level.

Maria D.

Inspiring, honest, helpful, informative.

Rhian J.

The overall presentation of this training was amazing. The interaction with others, the trainers and online access was very well executed.

Allison B.

An informative and useful session, raised some good points for further consideration in own practice and supporting other professionals to support children and young people.

Helen B.

I have come away with a much better understanding of suicide bereavement and have plenty of useful tips to use in my own practice and conversations with students.

Nicole E.

Sensitively delivered, thought-provoking training which provided some useful insights into how to support young people bereaved by suicide.

Natalie G.

I was worried at first attending as I have no experience with suicide bereavement but didn't need to be. The session was delivered well and easy to understand.

Sally A.

Excellent. Informative. A good balance in interaction and learning. Compassionate and warm. I felt very safe.

Gill B.

Fantastic workshop, really helpful and will definitely have practical uses going forward for myself and my team.

Jessica L.

The resources and information shared today were invaluable and really useful and it was practical and engaging.

Steph H.

It was very interactive, informative and interesting. I now feel more confident in supporting a student bereaved by suicide.

Philippa D.

There was a lot of important and useful information and I enjoyed the breakout rooms and discussing with other professionals.

Alex H.

This is a really insightful training session, packed full of useful tips and resources and useful language.

Wendy C.

Much needed, unique content on this subject matter of support to children who have lost a parent to suicide.

Serena S.

One of the most moving, informative, heartfelt and beneficial workshops I have ever attended.

Emma A.

The trainer made us all feel welcome and delivered a difficult subject matter with sensitivity.

Danny W.

Amazing training and very thought-provoking in terms of what I can implement within our team.

Imma E.

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