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Walk to help more babies be born healthy!


Colorado Springs

Raised to date:
Our goal: $80,000
Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site
3105 Gateway Road , Colorado Springs, CO 80904
Date: Saturday, May 11, 2019 9:30 AM
Date: Saturday, May 11, 2019
Registration: 8:30AM  |  Start: 9:30 AM
Walk distance: 1.5 miles
Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site
3105 Gateway Road
Colorado Springs, CO 80904

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.


Join us in our new location this year at Rock Ledge Historic Site. Parking will be located on site at Rock Ledge Ranch.


EVENT PROGRESS* - Raised: $36,317 *(As of Sunday, May 26, 2019)

Raised: $36,317

Top fundraisers
Jennifer Patton
Michael Beaver
Jayme Beaver
Top family teams
Kennedy Beaver
Awesome Austin's Entourage
Brooklyn's Bunch, Helen's Huddle & Luke's League
Top non-family teams
Beth-El Nursing
FedEx - COS
Little Bare Feet/Children's
*The total amount displayed reflects the amount on the team or personal fundraising progress bar. If the progress bar is not displayed on the team or personal page, the team/person won't be displayed on the leaderboard. Leaderboard totals reflect cash and checks marked "received" on the online sponsor form as well as credit card and PayPal donations. Team captains can enter as cash and mark "received" any money raised through promotions, such as bake sales and casual days and any sponsorship money paid to the March of Dimes, on their team's online form. Record all donations on your online sponsor form before you turn in cash and checks to the March of Dimes!

Our ambassador



Tia and Kase Brown

Kase Brown is a happy 2-year old little boy. He loves to climb, chase his dog and be a bother to his big sister. Sounds like a normal little boy doing normal little boy things. However, Kase’s story is anything but “normal.” His mom Tia hadn’t planned on becoming pregnant again -- her daughter was 16, looking forward to senior prom and high school graduation -- and she certainly didn’t expect a preterm birth. Kase was born at 23 weeks weighing just 1 lb., 5 oz. and spent his first five months in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) at Memorial Central Hospital. He was a born fighter, but being so small and coming so early, he had other challenges – transitional diabetes, chronic lung disease and a closed valve on his heart. But he kept fighting, and Tia sat with him every day, even after he was transferred to Children’s Hospital in Denver with pulmonary hypertension and the need for a tracheotomy to help his breathing. As a single mother with the demands of a job and a teenage daughter, Tia would make weekly trips to Denver where she could be with her baby until she had to leave him to return to her job and her daughter in Colorado Springs. For the next three months, Kase kept fighting to get better and Tia kept fighting to give her baby the love and support he needed. Finally, Kase was well enough to go home with his family. In all, Kase spent the first eight months of his life in two different NICU hospitals – but he never quit fighting and Tia never gave up the belief that her son would graduate from the NICU and come home. Now a toddler, Kase is learning to walk and attends speech therapy sessions. He still has his trach tube, but is as active as he possibly can be. Tia says each day is filled with blessings and adjustments. She’s extremely grateful to March of Dimes for developing surfactant, the medicine that helped Kase’s tiny lungs breathe and to the NICU teams for treating her son and helping him win his fight to survive. Tia is also extremely thankful for the love and support of her daughter and her own mother– and to the many people she’s met through online and in person support groups who understand what Kase and she are facing each and every day. Tia is proud to share her story. She understands the challenges that families with premature babies face, especially when those babies have respiratory problems which require an emergency tracheotomy. As she watches Kase grow and continue his fight, Tia is committed to serving as an advocate for premature babies and their families and helping them understand that they are not alone.


- Early Bird! “Wear Your Why” button for $100 online by 8 weeks before event
- Official March for Babies event t-shirt
- March for Babies packing cubes OR stainless tumbler + event t-shirt
- March for Babies beanie OR canvas lunch cooler + event t-shirt
- Personalized "Why I Walk" sign displayed on the walk route
- Champion for Babies Medal + umbrella OR speaker/tablet stand+event t-shirt
- Champion for Babies Medal + duffel OR beach tent + event t-shirt
- Champion for Babies Medal + fleece jacket OR chair w speaker + event t-shirt
- Champion for Babies Medal + rolling cooler OR bungee chair + event t-shirt
- Champion for Babies Medal +jumbo block game OR Northface jacket+event t-shirt


Thank you to our National Sponsors

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Thank you to our local sponsors




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