What is Share Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support?


Share is a national support resource for families who have experienced the loss of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, early infant death or SIDS.

HSHS St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay serves as the host site for the Northeast Wisconsin Share Chapter, assisting families throughout Northeast Wisconsin, regardless of where their loss took place.

Monthly support group meetings

  • Held at HSHS St. Vincent Hospital on the second Thursday of each month at 7 p.m.
  • Gain insight and understanding of the grief process and your loss as you share your feelings in a non-judgmental atmosphere with other parents who have walked a similar journey
  • Adults only

Parent connection


Facilitate the connection with another family that has experienced a similar loss to yours for one-on-one support
Like us on Facebook for online support in the comfort of your home

Memorial and burial services

For families with a pregnancy loss of less than 20 weeks in gestation
Held three times per year (spring, summer and fall) in Green Bay
In Green Bay, held at the Chapel of the Mausoleum at the Allouez Catholic Cemetery followed by burial in the Babyland area of the cemetery with assistance from Ryan Funeral Home
Extended family and friends are welcome

Christmas Candlelight Vigil of Remembrance


Held in the chapel at HSHS St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay 
Bring an ornament to hang on our memorial tree
Extended family and friends are welcome

Referrals to additional community resources

Counselors who specialize in pregnancy and loss
Local support resources for children and teens
Reading materials

The Rector's Story


Chris. “We got pregnant right away and were so excited,” said Laura. “We started dreaming of our future with our child.”

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Wendy and Nate Harvey's Story


In 2014, Wendy and Nate Harvey were over the moon to be expecting their first child. With only 7-weeks until the due date, Wendy and Nate were making final preparations for their baby’s arrival. They had already been showered with gifts and the nursery was complete.

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