Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation with TheMotherhood. All opinions are 100% my own.
Have you ever wondered how the world would be different without the people you love in it? How it would be different for those you love – without you in it?
What if Albert Einstein, Martin Luther King and Marie Curie hadn’t made it through infancy? If Benjamin Franklin hadn’t grown into a man, if Susan B. Anthony hadn’t grown into a woman? How would our world have suffered for their loss?
The March of Dimes has made it their mission for over 75 years – to help every baby grow up, so they can fulfill their full potential!
What kinds of work does the March of Dimes do?
Last year support to the March of Dimes provided 15,700 babies lifesaving surfactant therapy, developed by March of Dimes researchers, and gave 90,000 families with a newborn in intensive care comfort and information through NICU Family Support®.
You’ve benefited from the work of the March of Dimes if you or someone you care about:
- Received the polio vaccine
- Took a prenatal vitamin with folic acid while or before becoming pregnant.
- Received an APGAR score immediately following birth.
- Was born prematurely or have a premature baby.
The current challenge is that one baby is born prematurely every minute and approximately 72 children die each day before reaching their first birthday.
But How Can You help?
You can help support the work that The March of Dimes does by donating, spreading the word, or by shopping at The March of Dimes 2015 partners like Martha Stewart, Bon Ton, Blue Rhino, Mud Pie, Alex & Ani, Kmart, and A & E Jewelers!
You will find one of a kind gifts – and it will benefit not only the recipient but also The March of Dimes. i know my wife has been eyeing that necklace! 😉
The March of Dimes wants every child to grow up and do what they were born to do! Help them make a difference in more babies lives – support The March of Dimes.
For more information Visit: imbornto.com