Help Us in Supporting the Families of NICU Preemies: Show Your Compassion for the Smallest of Us All...

Donate to The Gift of Life - One Person Can Make a Difference

The Gift of Life is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to supporting parents who have preemies that are in the NICU. We offer them emotional, educational, and financial support. Each year around Christmas, we visit the local NICUs here in Orlando, Fl and hand out knit preemie hats, love bears, and care packages to all of the families there. Through our preemie parent support group on Facebook, we reach those in the preemie community across the nation. 

Our organization operates solely on the generous gifts of donors such as yourself. Donations of all sizes are welcome. 

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When Kaleb (seen above) was born, he weighed only 1lb. 10oz. The medical experts who were there in the NICU didn't think he would survive, but this year Kaleb celebrated his seventh birthday. Little Mr. Kaleb is now a vibrant, active young boy just brimming with personality and love.  So thankful was his mom Rosie for the life of her son that she founded The Gift of Life. And the organization has achieved much in the past four years...

Our Fundraising Goal for 2017:

$50,000

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330

Attendees at our 2016 3rd Annual Black-Tie Gala

260

Families in our online support group

450

Love bears giving in the NICU

200

Care packages mailed nationwide

400

Knit preemie hats given to babies in NICU

150

Volunteers who helped The Gift of Life this year

60+

Corporate sponsors who donated this year