BABIES HEART RUN

a BIG ride for little hearts

Non Profit Organization (501c3)

BHR 11 - SUNDAY AUGUST 18, 2019

Fitch High School, Groton CT

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BHR FAMILIES!

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We look forward to hearing from you!!!

Ashley said on Feb 10, 2017 8:28 AM

I can't thank this group of individuals enough. Thank you just simply doesn't cut it. We found ourselves in a very scary situation with our little guy, and they were there for us. They provided and most importantly we felt their love and support. We will always, be apart of this organization and I can't be any more proud to say that. Thank you from the bottoms of our hearts, for everything. And thank you for going above and beyond and giving us a chance to give back and pay it forward. Keep doing what you're doing, you're changing lives and outlooks. Thank you again.

Terry Horton said on Jan 26, 2017 6:44 AM

Awesome job by awesome caring people. Love this organization!

graham Horton said on Aug 17, 2015 7:40 AM

Thanks for all your hard work. I had a great time today at the run.You helped my daughter's family in their time of need.thank you so much for all your hard efforts

Jessica DeBee said on Jul 30, 2015 8:57 AM

I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for the generosity you have shown our family. Our daughter Brianna has been in the NICU for almost 10 months and it has been a very long, exhausting journey-emotionally, physically and financially. We received your care package (thank you to Carrie Esterbrooks for signing us up) and we were completely blown away. Thank you so much for helping us during this rough time. Sincerely, the DeBee Family of Pennsylvania.

Erik Quinn said on Mar 27, 2015 9:22 AM

Today I celebrated my sons Lochlan’s 2nd birthday. It is hard to believe that two years ago my wife Angel and I spent 5 weeks sitting beside our son praying for him to get better and praying for help to stay beside him at Yale hospital. One of the amazing organizations that answered our prayers was the Babies Heart Run. I can’t say enough kind words for the help they provided my family. Thank you all and know that Lochlan is doing well.

Katie Trask said on Feb 27, 2015 9:48 PM

Landon was born 4 weeks early and weighed 5lbs, 15oz. He was so tiny that he just couldn't regulate his body the way that he needed to and so, about 8 hours after his birth, we were sent to the NICU and began our 12 day journey to bring him home. Life is stressful in the NICU for so many reasons; Babies Heart Run helps to alleviate some of the stress by providing wonderful care packages to those who qualify. They ease some of the financial burden placed on parents who find themselves in our situation. When our care package arrived I was completely overwhelmed and a little embarrassed. Did we really need and deserve this? But, by the end of our 12 day stay, when most of the gift cards were gone and our gas tank didn't ready empty, I couldn't help but realize what a wonderful gift we had been given. They saw a need and they met it. They had been in our shoes and knew how we were suffering and how they could help. We are for very grateful to Babies Heart Run and they hold a very special place in our sons birth story.

Danielle Harris said on Feb 26, 2015 7:47 AM

Well its been 6 years since both Nina and I were pregnant. Her with Bella and myself with Gavyn. We both experienced the NICU journey at that time however, Bella's journey has been ongoing and her beautiful parents are building a legacy for such a fabulous little being. I never imagined in a million years that 3 years later my family would encounter another journey through the NICU except this time it was longer and more serious. The stress was extremely high and the road to recovery was much longer. At 28 weeks in utero Twin B (Kaden) was diagnosed with colonic atresia, which is an incomplete bowel and at birth would undergo surgery immediately. Through this great organization my family and I received the support from the Babies Heart Run over 3500 miles away. We were nominated for their support by friends and family. Like many other families my husband and I are hard working and in return qualify for NOTHING. But this did not go unrecognized by the founders of the Babies Heart Run and their team. You guys will be forever friends and what your are doing for the community is incredible!! All of the Heart Runs' blood, sweat, and tears is much appreciated I am forever indebted to you all for the support during our difficult days at Rady's Children's Hospital in San Diego. Thank you for ALL that you do for communities near and far. I miss you guys so very much!!

bella bills said on Feb 26, 2015 5:58 AM

Thank you to everyone who comes and donates to the Babies Heart Run. We love you.

Maryellen Milio said on Feb 25, 2015 0:31 AM

Our family will forever be grateful to Babies Heart Run for making such a scary and stressful time that much easier..Just under two years ago, our daughter Caroline was prematurely born at just 24 weeks. Weighing only 1 lb 9 ounces, we were terrified when we learned she was going to need open hear surgery in order to survive. With the help of many doctors, nurses - Caroline made it through the surgery and was able to heal and grow in the NICU. After 100 days,she was able to come home and be with her family. I was contacted by Nina a few days before we came home, and she mentioned she had a little something for Caroline...We were completely blown away when we received our package from Babies Heart Run and it made everything that much easier for our family to help get the things she needed. We love this organization and what it does, and cannot say thank you enough. Xoxo, The Milio Family

Greenknights chapter mmc CHP 98 said on Sep 14, 2014 8:15 AM

love being there every year

Johanna Lamb said on Aug 22, 2014 6:04 AM

As a mom who received a care package this year, it was awesome to see the local community come together to support NICU families. Being in the NICU is such a lonely time and seeing the support from the hundreds of participants made me feel like there is a local network of support for families living with babies in the NICU. Thanks

Johanna Lamb said on Aug 22, 2014 6:07 AM

As a mom who received a care package this year, it was awesome to see the local community come together to support NICU families. Being in the NICU is such a lonely time and seeing the support from the hundreds of participants made me feel like there is a local network of support for families living with babies in the NICU. Thanks

Michael Herman said on Aug 21, 2014 1:59 AM

Excellent cause and such a well organized event. Great ride. See you next year!

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