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Nonprofit Overview

Mission: To help and support families of micro preemies, born 32 weeks and earlier, through education, outreach, and one-on-one parent support, which may occur upon diagnosis of high-risk pregnancy, NICU stay, prior to discharge from the NICU or throughout the transition to home, and continue as needed by the families.

Target demographics: Families with babies born 32 weeks gestation and earlier.

Direct beneficiaries per year: Over 300 babies received handsewn isolette quilts in 2010 and over 350 angel babies were remembered at our annual pregnancy & infant loss candlelighting

Programs: Rainbow of Roses Remembrance Event, Wrap Them in Roses Isolette Quilts, Family Mentor Parent Matching

Community Stories

1 Story from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Kellie T.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am a mother to triplets that were born nearly 4 months prematurely. At the time of their birth, I felt so alone because I didn't know of anyone who had experienced an extreme premature birth. I looked online, but there wasn't much information on children born as early as mine were.

A year and a half later, I met Keira. I was touched by her story and what all she went through with her daughters' premature birth and Zoe's untimely passing. I was amazed at how determined she and her husband were to help other families who had a micro-preemie or had lost a child.

The Zoe Rose Memorial Foundation is a great foundation to help other families who have had a child born before 32 weeks gestation. They have so many ideas to help others that are starting to come to fruition. I know that the Zoe Rose Memorial Foundation will do great tings and help so many people.