Tiny Miracles Foundation golf fundraiser 2022

The event takes place Monday, Oct. 3 at Aspetuck Country Club in Weston.

You can help make critical programs available to families with premature babies in area hospitals by participating in The Tiny Miracles Foundation’s 4th annual “Tee Up FORE Preemies” Golf event.

— an announcement from the Tiny Miracles Foundation

Foursomes, twosomes and individual golfers can register now for this day at Aspetuck Valley Country Club in Weston. Proceeds support Tiny Miracles programs for families of premature babies. The occasion of premature birth is widespread; one in 10 babies is born preterm.

“It promises to be a spectacular day,” said Tina Tison, Executive Director of Tiny Miracles. “Players can enjoy the beautiful course and know that they are helping hundreds of families in our community.”

Since its formation in 2004, The Tiny Miracles Foundation has touched the lives of nearly 6,000 preemies and their families with emotional support, practical guidance and financial assistance.

The Tee Up FORE Preemies event includes carts, lunch, refreshments, post-play hors d’oeuvres and cocktails, a silent auction and other fantastic prizes.

You can learn more about The Tiny Miracles Foundation or the upcoming golf event by calling (203) 202-9714 or go online.

More About The Tiny Miracles Foundation

The Tiny Miracles Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, was founded in 2004 by two local mothers of severely premature twins after they experienced the trauma of pre-term birth.

Through their experiences in different neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) over many months, multiple life-threatening conditions, Tiny Miracles’ founders recognized the lack of emotional, financial, and practical support available for NICU families.

Today, Tiny Miracles provides comprehensive support to families of pre-term babies in Southwestern Connecticut and works to enhance the family-centered care provided by local NICUs.

Through its programs, The Tiny Miracles Foundation strives to improve the lives of children born too early, and those who love and care for them.

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