March of Dimes and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. have been working together since 1971, fighting for the health of moms and babies and helping to ensure equitable access to health care. They’re a top national March for Babies team and a leader in Prematurity Awareness Month programs. They also have volunteers throughout our foundation and within our cornerstone program Stork’s Nest®, an incentive-based, prenatal health promotion program for low-income pregnant women that encourages them to make and keep prenatal care appointments as well as participate in prenatal education classes.
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., a nonprofit community-based organization, is one of the largest Greek-lettered international sororities. It was organized over 100 years ago, and its members are primarily African American. The sorority has made significant contributions to more than 600 communities in the United States, West Africa, Germany, and the Caribbean through volunteer work and outreach services. More specifically, its members are involved in the granting of scholarships, youth development projects, and childcare development centers as well as women's health issues.