The Spokane Forget-Me-Not Program was pioneered by a nurse who suffered the loss of her own baby. It offers compassionate support to grieving families during this difficult time. Services are available to address pregnancy, delivery and postpartum needs, as well as intensive grief support and follow-up.
Regardless of the circumstances, every baby deserves to be remembered in a special way. There are hundreds of families who have endured this grief and expressed the need to be able to capture every possible moment with their child before they say their final goodbyes.
For a small gift to the Providence Health Care Foundation, a child’s name can be added to either the Butterfly Room at Holy Family Hospital or the Angel Room at Sacred Heart Children's Hospital.
Each provide peace, hope and comfort, and offer grieving families a sacred space to create memories and say their last goodbyes to their infant son or daughter. And your donation helps ensure that others will benefit from the Forget-Me-Not Program, which is provided at no additional cost to families.
The Butterfly Wall within the Butterfly Room at Holy Family Hospital. The butterfly is a symbol of rebirth, new beginnings, lightness and resurrection.
The Sparrow Wall within the Angel Room at Sacred Heart Medical Center. The sparrow is a symbol of hope, fertility, renewal of life and resurrection.