Pregnancy and Infant Loss Walk Returns to Plymouth to Support Grieving Parents
The 10th annual Wave of Light and Remembrance Walk is upon us as we keep those who are hurting close to our hearts.
The Angel Babies Organization will hold its walk in Plymouth from 7 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 15, National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. Whether you have experienced loss or know someone who has, just showing support on this day can make a difference.
Angel Babies is a nonprofit organization that specializes in supporting those who have lost children. Alisha Neal founded it in January 2012 in memory of daughter Hunter Grace.
The event will include a candle-lighting and a walk through Brewster Gardens, where names will be displayed.
Angel Babies has received a proclamation from Gov. Charlie Baker for October noting its efforts to raise awareness of infant and pregnancy loss.
This event is free for all who attend and will be held at 68 Water St. in Plymouth. More remembrances will also be held periodically throughout the rest of the year.
Can't make the event? You can also donate to Angel Babies at angelbabiesma.org.
Additional reporting by Chloe Acevedo