Every year in the United States, nearly half a million babies are born too soon, 4,000 of them right here in Connecticut. With your help, we work to improve the health of babies and support families if something does go wrong. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Thursday, February 11, 2016
St. Mary’s Hospital - Conference Center (ground floor) , Waterbury, CT
On behalf of the March of Dimes and the 2016 Greater Waterbury March for Babies Chair, Dr. Magdy Galal, Director of Neonatology at St. Mary's H... more
Cove Island Park, Stamford, CT
Join us on Saturday, April 23rd at our NEW location at beautiful Cove Island Park in Stamford for the walk that helps give all babies a healthy start – M... more
Tarrywile Park, Danbury, CT
Join us on Sunday, April 24th at our NEW location at beautiful Tarrywile Park in Danbury for the walk that helps give all babies a healthy start – March ... more
Jennings Beach, Fairfield, CT
On Sunday, May 1st, spend your morning with the March of Dimes as we walk for stronger, healthier babies. It’s March for Babies at scenic Jennings Beach!... more
Rentschler Field, East Hartford, CT
Want to help babies be born strong and healthy? Then register today to March for Babies, presented by Cigna, at Rentschler Field in East Hartford on Sund... more
Sunday, May 01, 2016
Rentschler Field , East Hartford, CT
This event is an exciting addition to March of Dimes signature event, March for Babies. By participating in Run for Babies you are helping moms... more
Lighthouse Point Park, New Haven, CT
Scenic Lighthouse Point Park is home to March for Babies in New Haven on Sunday, May 1st and offers walkers a picturesque route along the sound, along wi... more
Quassy Amusement Park, Middlebury, CT
Get ready to walk in the 2016 Greater Waterbury March for Babies! It promises to be a fun day out with people who share our passion for improving the hea... more
Register for March for Babies and/or Run for Babies and raise $50 or more online by February 29th and receive an early bird gift - a March of Dimes car magnet! It's a small token of our thanks for all that you do and for being a fundraising leader. Sign up today!
Zika virus (also called Zika) can cause illness that lasts several days to a week. It usually spreads to people through mosquito bites. But if you get infected with Zika during pregnancy, you can pass the virus to your baby.