Walk With Us Into Sunshine

September 30, 2019

While Walk In Sunshine places an emphasis on assisting families who have lost children from two weeks gestation until they are 18, one part of our mission is to also keep children healthy during their infancy, so they can reach maturity and adulthood. There are nearly 4 million babies born in the ...

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Unfortunately, childhood illness is not relegated to prenatal conditions, miscarriages, and stillborn. Since Walk In Sunshine seeks to be a resource for parents, we will be starting to introduce more information about other types of childhood illness. Please know that your donations go to support ...

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As a student at Seton Hall Prep, Matthew Kimble has a lot to think about: school, family, contributing to his community, and of course, the dreaded College application process. He still carries thoughts of what would life be like if he had his twin brother, Stephen, by his side.  Tragically, the ...

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As aches and pains dominate a woman's pregnancy, it is not uncommon for many women to feel a new type of pain after delivery, postpartum depression. According to the Centers for Disease Control, 1 in 10 women in the United States experience depression, whereas 1 in 9 women experience postpartum ...

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NJ lawmakers started a new dialogue with New Jersey families this spring as two pieces of legislation by Tom Kean (R-21), focusing on improved maternal healthcare are quickly moving through the ranks of the state legislature. One bill has already been signed into law. “This Bill is part of a ...

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When you think about it, it’s pretty amazing to see the diversity of apps out there. There almost seems to be an app for everything. From finding a bathroom in a public space to selling old items online, there is something out there for everyone. Maternal-fetal health is of the utmost importance to ...

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Even though we as Americans enjoy many freedoms and liberties that aren’t shared by people in our world community, one place we are certainly lagging in is maternal health. According to the Save the Children’s State of the Mothers report, the United States ranks last in ranking for maternal health ...

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Walk In Sunshine Charity is excited to announce that the nonprofit will be expanding its capacity to donate $1,000 to any child who passes to all families of Union County, NJ. Established in 2018, Walk In Sunshine Charity is a resource to those who have lost a child from 20 weeks gestation to 18 ...

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Walk In Sunshine Charity is excited to announce that we have surpassed our first-year fundraising goal by over $2,000, ultimately raising 12,000 dollars in only 4 months of going public. Special Thanks to Frank Isoldi for choosing us as his annual Charity to support with his Holiday gift. His ...

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As October whirls by and millions of children around the country get their Halloween costumes ready to go, there are many parents out there who will just have to imagine what Halloween would be like with their child that is no longer living. October is Infant Loss Awareness Month. Below, we discuss ...

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Losing a child is one of the most difficult situations a family can face. Life isn’t supposed to happen this way. And when this terrible situation happens, what should friends of the family do? Everyone reacts to this situation differently, however, most families will be grateful for acknowledgment ...

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We perhaps know more than others that losing a young child can bring upon questions no parent should ever have to answer. We had never planned a funeral service before, when we lost our son, we began to ask; do we bury or do we cremate, and how much does each option cost?  What do you mean you ...

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