There are many way in which you can help bring awareness to this life thretaening condition, educate expecting mothers and healthcare providers, save unborn children, and increase awareness. It takes money to accomplish everything that we strive to accomplish in our mission to combat Preeclampsia, but we need your help to make it happen. Getting involved, helping use raise funds and awareness, in the fight for to cure Preeclampsia is the most fun and significant ways that you can help us accomplish our mission. And you can be confident that we take our stewardship of every dollar raised very seriously. Additionally, when you gather friends, family and community members for a party, Promise Walk or special event, you help spread life-saving awareness. So choose one of these great options to
“Make a Difference!”
The Promise Walk is our largest fundraising and awareness initiative. The Promise Walk for Preeclampsia™ supports the mission of the Preeclampsia Foundation as we provide patient support and education, raise public awareness, catalyze research and improve health care practices for millions of mothers and their babies every year who are impacted by preeclampsia and related hypertensive disorders of pregnancy. We also need volunteers of all kinds to host and support our largest awareness event. Join the team today by filling out a Volunteer Application!
Make a gift in honor of a loved one.
There are a number of great ways in which you have help support our cause, bring awareness, and educate people about Preeclampsia. This is a great opportunity to give back to a worthy cause and have fun in the process. Click here for details.
Here you'll find ways to get involved from the comfort of your own homw, or where ever you choose. This is a great option for those who want to support us where no locall events are currently being held.
Attend and Support a Local Fundraiser by finding a local event in your area on the events calendar. Not something in your area? START an event of your own!
Questions on How to Get Started? Contact Director of Community Relations Laney Poye.Back to Top