Your gift celebrates a champion mom you know and love—and could inspire other moms to be champions, too.

There’s a reason you’re honoring her—she’s the best mom in her own unique way. Perhaps she’s faced the challenges of a complicated pregnancy. Or she’s welcomed her baby earlier than expected. She’s shown the world what a wonderful mom can be.

And one thing is sure—she’s not only a fighter. She’s a champion.

With your gift, you’ll let her know you see her strengths. And you could help more moms discover theirs, too—your support drives our work to educate and empower all women to have healthier pregnancies and stronger babies.

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Celebrate a Champion Mom

Honor a mom for all she’s done to give her baby a strong start. You’ll recognize her incredible care and commitment—and through your generous gift you’ll help other moms and babies, too.

Give an amount that is right for you.

Gifts must be at least $25

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Create a personalized e-card to share—and inspire someone special with your compassionate contribution.


How it works

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    Choose a symbolic gift that helps moms and babies, and supports our vital work on their behalf.

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    Send an eCard to let someone special know about your gift. They’ll be moved—and maybe even inspired to help, too.

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    You help empower every mom and every family—and you help give every baby the best possible start.

When Amber and her husband, John, discovered they were expecting twins, they were thrilled. Amber enjoyed a healthy and uneventful pregnancy—until her labor began early, at 28 weeks.

For the next six nerve-wracking weeks, Amber was confined to bed rest, shuttling between home and the hospital. It was a time that would test the fortitude of any mom, calling on every bit of courage and grace she could muster. But she knew every additional day her babies got was critical to their health—and she knows how lucky her family was that they had the time they did.“We were blessed,” Amber says, “that my girls got those precious six weeks to grow and develop.”

At 34 weeks, her daughters were born—fighters, just like their mom. “While they were early and tiny,” she says, “they were strong.” Although the family experienced a range of the complications prematurity can cause, both Charlotte and Audrey are healthy and thriving today, thanks in part to innovations made possible by March of Dimes’ work. “I am so thankful for the advances made by March of Dimes,” says Amber. “I feel I owe my girls’ very life to them.”

Champion moms like Amber and fighters like Charlotte and Audrey inspire what we do—and the reason we work for a healthy start for every family. From education to research to advocacy, March of Dimes is leading the fight for the health of all moms and babies. Why? Because as Amber says, “I never want another mother to have to look back on the birth of their children with sadness or fear.”