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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 March of Dimes The Mission of this organization is to help mothers have full-term pregnancies and research the problems that threaten the health of babies. If you don't believe in miracles perhaps you have forgotten you are one. 1 9 IN is born premature in the U.S. March of Dimes strives to decrease that number! We work to improve the health of babies across the country. Programs are aimed at supporting moms-to-be and professionals. We offer comfort and support to families with a baby in the NICU. HELP ADVOCATE Advocacy is vital to the March of Dimes to advance the mission through public policies, programs and funding. Sign up for the Advocacy alerts! Become an eAdvocate, get informed, and take action to improve the health of women, infants and children. The March of DimesFoundation is a tax-exempt charity with 1,400 employees and millions of volunteers and donors. At both the federal and state levels, staff and volunteers advocate for public policies that support a healthy independent sector and encourage charitable giving. March of Dimes Foundation staff and volunteers working in every state, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico play a vital role in improving maternal and child health in their communities. March of Dimes chapters assess local maternal and child health needs and plan, fund, implement and assess the impact of community interventions to improve the health of mothers, infants and children. VOLUNTEER Chapter programs focus primarily on three broad areas: educating women and their families on how to have the healthiest possible pregnancy, either now or in the future, and educating health care professionals by providing continuing education on a variety of topics related to preconception health, prenatal care, and supporting families in the newborn intensive care unit (NICU); caring for pregnant women by ensuring they have access to quality prenatal care and services that may reduce the risk of poor birth outcomes; and supporting families whose babies are either born prematurely or have other conditions that require them to be admitted to the NICU. LEARN ABOUT IT By: Asia Ronan-Johnson and Madeleine Williams SPREAD THE WORD
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