Group helps parents of stillborn babies by donating equipment to Phoenix hospital
A Phoenix group that provides hospitals with cots designed to preserve the bodies of stillborn babies long enough for parents to say goodbye was honored as it made a donation to Banner-University Medical Center.
Midnight Mammacitas provide support to mothers who have lost a baby. The group raises money to purchase CuddleCots, which cost about $3,000 each, for hospitals. Cool air moves through the cot, preserving the integrity of a stillborn baby's body longer, said the group's Abby Spahich.
Giving more time with 'angel baby'"The purpose of the CuddleCot is to give parents more time... read more
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