It is an honor to serve as part of the Newborn Hope team, working together to advance the mission to give Colorado’s premature infants a healthier start. We are proud to continue the work of Founder Zoya Dickins Miller who cared so deeply to better the outcomes for preemies in our state and chose to speak out and on behalf of the most vulnerable infants. Newborn Hope continues to serve our local communities with education and support programs to families impacted by prematurity, and we are excited to launch a new program in 2020 to serve these families at an even greater capacity.
In order to continue to meet the most critical needs of premature infants in Colorado, Newborn Hope will launch the Preemie Family Assistance Fund in the summer of 2020 to provide grants directly to families as they transition home from a NICU hospitalization. As the work of our NICU medical teams focuses on caring for these tiny infants so they may thrive when going home, families often are not prepared for subsequent care, therapies and support services needed for their baby. Newborn Hope has identified the Preemie Family Assistance Fund to help defray unanticipated expenses associated with the growth and development of their premature infant.
Please join us in sharing this valuable program with our community. For nearly 50 years, Newborn Hope has provided financial grants to organizations whose mission aligns with ours. As we continue in this important work, we are proud to serve our community in this new and important way.
I can’t thank our community enough for the support you give to Newborn Hope. I am appreciative of all of our partners, and I know we simply couldn’t do this important work without you. I hope you will continue to be part of our journey – whether your gift has been of time, talent or treasure, it has been a significant gift to us.
Newborn Hope Staff: