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A couple of weeks ago I shared with you information about the March of Dimes #imbornto initiative. It’s where some amazing companies partnered with March of Dimes to help YOU help March of Dimes by shopping at certain businesses for Mother’s Day (or any day, really).
March of Dimes doesn’t want to forget dads and the incredible role they play in children’s lives every day.
All babies are born with a purpose and moms AND dads help their children achieve that purpose. Sometimes babies are born needing even more help… that’s where March of Dimes step in.
About March of Dimes and #imbornto
For more than 75 years, the March of Dimes has helped babies be born strong and healthy through research, vaccines, education and breakthroughs.
The March of Dimes imbornto campaign celebrates the great things babies are born to do and thanks mothers and fathers who are the guardians and protectors of babies’ hopes and dreams.
From Mother’s Day to Father’s Day, the March of Dimes encourages consumers to shop, donate or take part in partner promotions to support the cause. Visit imbornto.com to learn more about special Mother’s Day and Father’s Day offers from our partners.
Support of the March of Dimes last year 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®.
One in nine babies is born prematurely… Thank goodness for the March of Dimes and all they do. We too can help March of Dimes by doing what we do every Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, shop for the special moms and dads in our lives.
I thought this infographic was fun to see how sons and daughters shop for their parents:
Check out some of the partners’ offers for the imbornto campaign for moms (in case you missed getting her something for Mother’s Day or there’s not a dad in your life and you want to thank her for being both mom and dad, too) and dads this Father’s Day:
Please visit imbornto.com for more partner offers and information.
Remember, every day is Mother’s Day and Father’s Day.