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Register now for March for Babies on May 4; T-shirt orders due April 21

Published: April 10, 2024
March for Babies

Methodist is a proud sponsor of the March of Dimes March for Babies and boasts one of the top company fundraising teams each year. 

Methodist providers, staff and supporters look forward to walking together to show appreciation and support for March of Dimes and the work it has done to improve outcomes for moms and babies in our community, as well as demonstrate solidarity with patients and families who have faced challenges of prematurity, illness and loss. 

This year’s event is Saturday, May 4, at Werner Park in Papillion. 

This Mother of a Movement is more than just a walk. It’s a family-friendly event with activities, refreshments and opportunities to learn – as well as celebrate the health of all moms and babies!

Parking is free, and festivities begin at 9 a.m. The 1-mile walk starts at 11 a.m. 


March for Babies 2024 shirts
T-shirt orders are accepted through April 21.

How to support and raise funds

  • Visit to join one of the Methodist teams and make a personal donation. Registration is free, but funds raised for this event support the health of moms and babies in our community.
  • Use your network and social media tools to encourage support from family and friends. Post photos, tell stories and use your team hashtag as well as #MarchforBabies and #MarchforBabiesNE, and be sure to tag Methodist on FacebookX and Instagram.
  • Order a T-shirt. Proceeds from shirt sales will be added to team fundraising totals. Shirt sales run through April 21, and shirts may be picked up at your designated location the week of April 29. All T-shirts must be ordered in advance. No cash sales. 

Methodist’s fundraising goal is $10,000. 

Visit for more information about Methodist teams and activities and event details, and to receive email updates.


About March for Babies

By supporting March for Babies: A Mother of a Movement, you:

  • Support research to ensure healthy pregnancies.
  • Advocate for policies to prioritize the health of moms and babies.
  • Provide resources and programs to help moms throughout pregnancy.
  • Educate health professionals, lawmakers and families