Who We Are
Remembering Cherubs is a self-service pregnancy loss resource center, primarily serving southeast Michigan. We provide access to pregnancy loss-related resources and general educational information on pregnancy loss-related issues.
What We Do
In the state of Michigan over 23,600 pregnancies end in loss each year. Yet, following loss, few resources exist to guide the process of grieving, healing, or steps to move forward. What little is out there is often scattered and hard to find. We are on a mission to change that.
Remembering Cherubs brings together a variety of pregnancy loss resources in one convenient space.
We work toward our mission via four main programs:
*Click each link to tour the program.
Mission, Vision & Values
Mission statement: to provide support, guidance, and education to parents their supporters and caregivers following pregnancy loss.
Vision statement: to work closely with medical and health professionals to establish care plans, founded on our core values of Support, Guidance and Education, that individuals and families can follow independently or in concert with a health professional.
Monica Anderson is the Founder of Remembering Cherubs. After pregnancy losses 22 years apart, Anderson felt compelled to do something that would ensure women and families have the support and guidance they need through what could be one of the most challenging times in their lives.
Monica also serves as a volunteer advisor on the Perinatal Infant Reproductive Loss (PIRL) Committee for University of Michigan Health System and is a Project Coordinator for The Secret Society Of Twisted Storytellers®, a monthly storytelling event in which real people tell true stories live on stage.
Detroit Public Television, in partnership with PBS, presents, Detroit Performs: Live From Marygrove, a series dedicated to highlighting Detroit's best artists, performers and organizations. Remembering Cherubs Founder, Monica Anderson was featured on season 11, episode 5, where she shared a powerful story followed by a one-on-one sit-down with host Satori Shakoor to discuss Remembering Cherubs' origin, mission, and impact on the pregnancy loss community. Click the video below to view the episode.
Even For A Day
Even For A Day is a spoken word poem of affirmation set to uplifting music. The piece was written and performed by Remembering Cherubs Founder, Monica Anderson with music by Grammy award winning music producer, Chris Sholar. The song details the healing journey and offers a message of hope and healing.
(Listen through headphones for an even greater experience.)