Annual report

Our work continues to make sure babies get the strongest start possible. The preterm birth rate in the United States fell for the 6th consecutive year to a 15-year low of 11.5 percent. In 2013, we launched the March of Dimes Prematurity Research Center – Ohio Collaborative. This team joins our Prematurity Research Center at Stanford University in working to rapidly translate research findings into practice. And we now offer comfort and support to families with a baby in newborn intensive care in 132 hospitals around the country.

We are grateful for the support of volunteers, donors, sponsors and partners. Your generosity allows us to continue our legacy of giving babies the best chance of a healthy start.

Annual Report 2014

Our work continues to make sure babies get the strongest start possible. The preterm birth rate in the United States fell for the 6th consecutive year to a 15-year low of 11.5 percent. In 2013, we launched the March of Dimes Prematurity Research Center – Ohio Collaborative. This team joins our Prematurity Research Center at Stanford University in working to rapidly translate research findings into practice. And we now offer comfort and support to families with a baby in newborn intensive care in 132 hospitals around the country.

We are grateful for the support of volunteers, donors, sponsors and partners. Your generosity allows us to continue our legacy of giving babies the best chance of a healthy start.

Annual Report 2014