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Newborn Hope, Inc. is a Colorado 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, that raises funds and supports programs for the advancement of maternal, fetal and neonatal healthcare and well being. Newborn Hope has raised more than 4.7 million dollars for programs concerned with the prevention of premature birth and for the treatment of critically ill newborns.
The first benefit luncheons ("November Noel") held in Colorado Springs and Denver were launched by Zoya Dickins Miller in 1973 in memory of a premature baby with respiratory distress syndrome (RDS). The monies raised were used for RDS research. Fourteen years later, Newborn Hope was incorporated as a nonprofit organization, with the change in name reflecting the broader purpose of raising funds to reduce the rate of premature birth in Colorado and support families coping with a critically ill baby.
Raising over $3 million to support at-risk mother and infant programs
Receiving the White House Points of Light Award in 1992
Creating and distributing Carrying to Term: Preventing Premature Birth & Low-birthweight Babies
Developing a Volunteer Task Force to assist hospitalized babies at Memorial Hospital (Colorado Springs)
Creating the Bedrest Task Force to assist moms at risk for early delivery at Memorial Hospital
Being recognized by El Pomar Award in 2001 and 2003 for our achievements
2011 Annual Report, click here
2010 Annual Report, click here