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No Foot Too Small

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$1,621.88
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$3,000.00
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Start: Jan 1, 2017 - End: Dec 31, 2019

 

No Foot Too Small (NFTS), founded by Robin & Ryan Boudreau, was inspired by the loss of their son, Beau in
2013.  In just three years, hundreds have gathered for the annual benefit to honor babies who’ve lost their
lives too soon.  Serving families across Iowa, thousands more women follow along on social media. NFTS has
celebrated 39 angels while supporting their families – most in the Iowa City/Cedar Rapids Corridor, and
donated over $90,000 to fund life-saving research.
With a mission to serve families experiencing infant loss, NFTS has entered into a 3-year partnership with the
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (UIHC). Proceeds raised at the 2017 NFTS benefit will support the
Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

The 4th Annual No Foot Too Small Benefit will take place at the Sheraton Iowa City on Saturday, October 14.

Funds of the benefit go to:

Building a labor and delivery suite in the hospital designated specifically for families experiencing infant loss.

Providing financial assistance for families affected by unexpected infant loss

Developing support groups for families affected by premature birth, birth defects and infant mortality

Funding research efforts related to curing the abnormalities that threaten healthy
pregnancies.

Whether you choose to give a cash donation or donate while shopping, we thank you…on behalf of all of our angels.  “There is no foot too small that it cannot leave an imprint on this world.”

Making a Difference In: Iowa City, IA
Fund Leader: Robin Boudreau
Fund Type: Non-profit Organizations

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