Here at the Hey Frase Podcast, we are so excited to partner with the March of Dimes for their March for Babies event this weekend, May 4th! We love the March for Babies for so many reasons, but here are our top reasons you should join the Hey Frase Podcast in supporting the March for Babies:
- Great opportunity for community building: What better way to spend your Saturday than with March of Dimes? The day includes music, family fun area, moon bounce, face painting, and your team will be featured on the parks Jumbotron as you cross our home plate finish—a perfect way to meet others in the DC community who similarly value the health of moms and babies!
- Finding a voice: DC is a city full of active citizens who use demonstrations to support causes close to their heart. In the midst of all this activism, it can be hard to pick what cause out of 100s you want to support, but the March for Babies makes it so easy! This event is a great option to find your voice as a member of the DC community, taking a stand for a world in which healthy moms and strong babies are a priority for us all.
- Supporting an organization that helped to fund the cure for polio: As if the March of Dimes has not already done enough, they also were crucial in funding the vaccines against polio. Clearly, supporting the March for Babies has a lasting impact in creating a healthier world.
- In good company: Jennifer Hudson, Marilyn Monroe, and Elvis Presley have all supported March of Dimes. Plus, now Sarah Fraser is advocating for this fabulous organization and their amazing mission.
- Great day of family fun: The 3 mile walk is an incredible way to spend your Saturday and engage with the DC community. As the weather is just starting to warm up, we love the chance to spend time outdoors—why not get your daily outdoor exercise in while marching for a great cause?
If you would like to join Hey Frase in supporting the March for Babies, here are the event details:
Saturday, May 4 at Nationals Park
Registration: 8:30 a.m.
Start time: 10:00 a.m.
To register, visit www.marchforbabies.org/event/greaterdc