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Team Eloise Rose Spreads Awareness and Love in Cleveland

In October 2015, Abigail Price and her families’ lives were forever changed when her baby daughter, Eloise, died because of preeclampsia. She and her team, Eloise Rose, walk in the Promise Walk in Cleveland, Ohio to keep their connection to their precious girl alive and well. 386 more words

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Meet Sara Gauthier, National Events Manager

This week, we’re spotlighting one of our staff members.  We’re pleased to announce that Sara Gauthier, who has worked with the Preeclampsia Foundation since 2014 as the Donor Relations Coordinator, has been promoted to the position of National Events Manager for the Promise Walk for PreeclampsiaTM.  535 more words

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The Promise Walk for Preeclampsia Comes to Cincinnati, Ohio

In 2016, Lauren Doud attended a Promise Walk for Preeclampsia in Indianapolis, Indiana. After here experience there, she decided to start a walk to bring preeclampsia awareness to the Cincinnati, Ohio community. 425 more words

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No Promise Walk? No Problem! Issuing the Virtual Walk Challenge

Do you miss the Promise Walk in your community?
Wish there WAS a walk in your community?
Really care about supporting healthy moms and babies? 267 more words

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Delivering Change: A Promise to the Future

Want an easy way to make a difference? Need a way to get your youngest participants involved?

Join us for the “2017 Delivering Change Challenge”! 314 more words

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The Peter Joseph Pappas Team Walks in Philly to End Preeclampsia

Lauren Pappas and her husband Clement came to the Preeclampsia Foundation under the worst of circumstances – the loss of their infant son Peter Joseph. In 2016, they joined the Philadelphia/South Jersey… 348 more words

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The 2017 Promise Walk Team Shirt is here!

We are incredibly excited to reveal the design of our 2017 Team Promise Walk for Preeclampsia T-shirt!

The 2017 design was created to symbolize how all of us come together to “Make Strides for Moms and Babies” to end preeclampsia through education and research. 259 more words

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