March of Dimes Guest
It’s with great excitement that we announce a special guest attending Tri Sigma’s 45th National Convention. To celebrate three years of our national philanthropic partnership, we welcome March of Dimes President Stacey Stewart on Monday, July 1 in Las Vegas.
“We look forward to Stacey Stewart hearing first-hand from Tri Sigmas the many ways they impacted the March of Dimes mission during the first three years of our partnership,” said Foundation Chair Bonnie Rainey. “Tri Sigma will continue to lead the fight with March of Dimes and support the work of their Prematurity Research Centers.”
Stewart joined March of Dimes as its fifth President on January 1, 2017. In this role, Stewart heads the organization leading the fight for the health of all moms and babies. She is responsible for all aspects of the organization’s strategy, vision and operations. To learn more about Stewart, visit trisigmafoundation.org.
Military Baby Shower Collection Drive
Whether you plan to attend Tri Sigma’s 45th National Convention in Las Vegas or you are passionate about our national partnership with March of Dimes,join us by donating a baby item to support March of Dimes Military Baby Showers. You can bring an item to Convention or send a gift from our Tri Sigma Foundation Baby Registry on Amazon. Your Amazon purchase will be shipped to National Headquarters at 225 N. Muhlenberg St., Woodstock, VA 22664.
You do not have to attend Convention to impact our partnership. For more information about our Military Baby Shower Collection Drive, visit trisigmafoundation.org.
“Being a military spouse is a tough job. You have to be strong and independent because you never know when a deployment could happen. I support March of Dimes Mission: Healthy Babies because I was pregnant when my husband deployed. I had to rely on friends to help when my youngest was born 11 days early and before my help arrived. The showers March of Dimes throws are very helpful and can reduce some of the stresses that a new mom could face. These showers help to support those spouses that need it the most.”-Kimberly Crawford, Lambda and military spouse