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Our 2021 Boston event has been canceled due to the ongoing crisis but our work continues!

We look forward to seeing you in 2022!

Please continue to support this amazing cause

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TEAM TAYLOR TOT

Welcome to Team Taylor Tot!

 

Prior to the COVID crisis, Team Taylor Tot was been named the Ambassador Family for the 2020 Boston March For Babies. We were honored to fulfill this vital role in promoting the mission of improving the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality. Even though the will not take place again this year - our work continues to raise awareness and money for the March of Dimes.

The accomplishments of our team are built upon the amazing generosity and kindness of our friends and family who come out and support our team year over year.  

As we enter our 11th year with the March of Dimes, Jocelyn, Taylor, Hunter, Carter, and I want to thank everyone for their continued support in making Team Taylor Tot a success.

Our Story 

 

11 years ago our daughter Taylor was born 12 weeks premature and struggled to survive.  Through her strength to endure, Team Taylor Tot was formed.   Today, we raise money and awareness for the March of Dimes through the Walk for Babies.  Our goal is to improve the health of babies by preventing birth defects, premature birth, and infant mortality.  To date, Team Taylor Tot has raised over $185,000 for the March of Dimes!  

 

This year, our event is being held in Boston, Massachusetts  We are excited to participate in the Boston March for Babies event, as we will be able to share this day with even more family and friends.  We are very excited about this year's walk & hope to have another amazing year. Please support Team Taylor Tot and help Taylor give other babies a chance to become NICU graduates!

 

Please support our team and get involved. Making a secure donation is easy: just click the 'donate now' button on this page.

 

Thank you for helping to give all babies a healthy start!

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