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Preemie Support on Social Media

Jlyasdi’s Journey is a non-profit organization that is a Christian based preemie service. Our mission is to provide encouragement and support such as lodging, food, travel expenses, and prayer pagers to Neo-Natal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) families.

Lending a fathers voice in the world of prematurity – a place where dads can connect and share their stories.

The official Facebook page of Parents of Preemies Day, a day of awareness recognizing the courage and commitment of parents of premature babies and children. Thousands of parents share photos and stories.

A blog for parents and family of preemie babies! I talk about everything from high-risk pregnancies to having preemies, spending time in the NICU, bringing baby home, raising a preemie, and much more. Come read parent stories and share your experiences with us!

Preemie Mama is a blog dedicated to life after a premature birth. As parents of preemies, it’s hard to find the information we need to handle life in a completely different world. I want to educate people about what it is like and to help those who have been there to heal.

Preemie Power is a movement. It’s all about celebrating the strength of the tiniest heroes, connecting families in a meaningful way, and informing the community about prematurity.

Welcome to Preemie Prints, a 501(c)(3) non profit organization, offering information, support, photography, NICU gift bags, and prayer to moms and families with a premature baby.

Helping families who have a child in the intensive care unit by providing care packages that offer a touch of comfort while building cherished memories.

The Sweet Pea Project offers comfort, support and gentle guidance to families who have experienced the death of a baby.

Supporting Preemie Parents in Difficult Times

As we work together through these challenging times, you may have questions about how Graham’s Foundation is supporting our preemie parent community. Fortunately, because our support programs have always been delivered virtually, we are equipped to deliver all of our programs today, tomorrow, and into the future to continue to meet the psychosocial needs of parents.

Our Care Packages offer helpful tips for self-care and navigating the NICU and going home (our supplies have been in stock since before the COVID-19 outbreak), our MyPreemie app provides critical preemie-related information and helps parents journal their NICU experience, and our three dozen trained mentors are available to lend an ear and offer words of advice and encouragement.

In such a difficult time, it is more important than ever that we are here for the most vulnerable members of our community and Graham’s Foundation is ready. We are grateful to our volunteers and the individuals and industry partners who make generous donations that enable us to develop and deliver our support programs.

In Gratitude,

Nicholas Hall, Founder

Graham’s Foundation