‘Life, Loss and Other Stories’ opened this week and will feature at The Library of Birmingham until 25th March. Giving visitors a deeper insight into the story of the city charity, that has been providing care for children and families for three decades.
The exhibition, which has been funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, explores Acorns’ story at length. All made possible thanks to the contribution of people who have been a part of the charity’s development and legacy over the years.
To help celebrate their 30th anniversary, almost 130 staff, families, volunteers and supporters have shared their experiences, and more than 40 hours of audio has been contributed.
Acorns Children’s Hospice, not only provides care for babies, children and young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions, but also offers support to their families too. The charity relies mainly on the generosity of the community to fund their vital services.
To find out more about the exhibition visit: acorns.org.uk/acorns-exhibition