Pound the Pavement for Peter 2015

Pound the Pavement for Peter is a Family 5K Run in Atlanta that was started in honor of my son, Peter Hopkins, who lost his life to a Peroxisomal Disorder in 2010 when he was just shy of 4 years old. As with many of your children with PBD’s, he spent his life with numerous disabilities, and this race is to raise money and awareness for organizations that provide research and support for children like Peter to increase their quality of life and realize their greatest potential. The proceeds this year will fund 3 critical aspects for children with disabilities – Research, Medical Care and Inclusion in Education. The specific charities we will support this year are the Global Foundation for Per

Hope Gets You Through: An Interview with Meagan Holt

Meagan Holt is a portrait of strength—she’s lost multiple babies and her two-year old daughter, Madeline, was diagnosed with Zellweger Spectrum Disorder—but she continues to advocate. Meagan served as the 2014 ambassador for the Snohomish (WA) County March of Dimes March for Babies, organized a candlelight vigil for parents who have experienced pregnancy and infant loss, and volunteers at the hospital where Madeline was born. Here is her story: You’ve had some heart-breaking challenges on your journey to becoming a parent. Can you tell me about them? My husband and I have experienced three late pregnancy losses: a stillborn baby at 21 weeks, another stillborn at 19 weeks, and a 30-week-old s

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