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Walk to help more babies be born healthy!


Beaver County

Raised to date:
Our goal: $50,000
1 Campus Drive , Monaca, PA 15061
Date: Saturday, April 25, 2020 10:00 AM
Date: Saturday, April 25, 2020
Registration: 9:00AM  |  Start: 10:00 AM
Walk distance: 3 miles
1 Campus Drive
Monaca, PA 15061
Join Superhero Sprint in this location
Register your little superhero (ages 1-10) in the March for Babies Superhero Sprint! We know your little one will enjoy being a superhero for a day! (superhero's cape included)

This year you'll be joining thousands of people in cities across the country for March for Babies, and helping to raise critical funds to support research, advocacy and programs for the health of all moms and babies.

At March for Babies we come together to advocate for, empower and honor moms, families and babies everywhere.

Thank you for joining our community— we can’t do it without you!

We can’t wait to see you at March for Babies.


Please go to the Dome at the Community College of Beaver County for the Beaver County March for Babies Walk! We will walk rain or shine! The walk is a 5k or 3 mile walk. Please click on the link below for more information about the walk.

Parking is provided at the upper parking lot in front of the dome. Please do not park in the lower parking lot near the dome as we will begin our walk route through the parking lot.

Please come in to the dome for registration and to visit our many sponsors and partake in the fun activities. :)

Please reach out to me with any questions Meghan Wallace 412-506-8612 or

See you on Saturday, April 25,2020 at 9:00am for Registration, 9:45am for the Superhero Sprint for kids and 10:00am for the start of the walk.

Join us and help us raise money to fight for the health of all moms and babies!


EVENT PROGRESS* - Raised: $0 *(As of Saturday, Sep 21, 2019)

Raised: $0

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Our ambassador



Cutone Family

In June of 2017, Phillip and Ciara were excited to add to their family with their second child. However, on February 15th their world changed. Ciara was going about the families nightly routines when she started to bleed. Phillip and Ciara rushed to the hospital. Once they were in the hospital they ran tests and everything seemed fine with Ciara and Baby Arabella. Due to the bleeding, they kept Ciara for observation. In the middle of the night, she started to bleed heavily and was then transferred to a Pittsburgh hospital. Doctors diagnosed her with partial placenta abruption. Ciara was kept in the hospital for a few days and then released. In March of 2017 she was placed on bedrest for the remainder of her pregnancy which was 10 weeks. It was a difficult time for Ciara and Phillip who had a 2 year old at home who didn’t understand what was going on. On March 29, 2017 Ciara gave birth to Arabella at 31 weeks weighing 3 pounds and was 15 inches long. Spending time in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) can be frightening and overwhelming for parents, especially when they must go home each night and leave their precious babies behind. During their time at the hospital, Arabella received surfactant therapy to help her lungs develop. Due to her early birth, she had breathing challenges and was sent home on a pulse ox, oxygen and an apnea machine. After 48 days in the NICU, Arabella was finally able to come home. Today, she is a happy and healthy 2 year-old! Like Arabella, about 380,000 babies are born too soon in the United States each year. Preterm birth is the leading cause of newborn death, and babies who survive an early birth may face long-term health challenges, including breathing problems, cerebral palsy, and intellectual disabilities. Even babies born just a few weeks early have higher rates of hospitalization and illness than full-term infants. Premature babies require specialized care to help them thrive. March of Dimes funded the research on surfactant therapy and nitric oxide, two applications that help underdeveloped lungs of preterm babies just like Arabella to breathe easier. Since the development of these two therapies, two-thirds of the babies who would have died from respiratory distress syndrome now survive their early birth. Ciara and Phillip know the significant role that March of Dimes research played in helping their daughter grow and thrive. As the 2020 Beaver County March for Babies Ambassador Family, they will share their story and help raise awareness in support of healthier moms and stronger babies.


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