You must register by October 10th to include the name of a loved and missed baby on the back of the Walk t-shirt. See the FAQ page for more information.
- 1 Tara Gallant $375.00 raised
- 2 Emily McConnell $333.75 raised
- 3 Heather Lee $192.25 raised
- 4 Carlo Carroccia $178.50 raised
- 5 Danielle Barkley $165.50 raised
- 1 Living for Lydia $1,542.55 raised
- 2 Scout Soars $1,249.00 raised
- 3 Our Remedi $1,113.00 raised
- 4 Moseying Magpies $1,060.31 raised
- 5 Oliver & Company $636.50 raised
Walk of Remembrance
Welcome! We invite you to join us on Saturday, November 4th for the fifth annual Walk of Remembrance: Miles for Margaret, Lydia and All Babies Gone Too Soon.
This event takes place to honor the lives of babies who have died due to miscarriage, stillbirth, SIDS, neonatal or infant loss. Everyone is invited to walk the steps our babies will never take, as we carry them with us in our hearts.
You can join us in-person or virtually, from anywhere in the world!
- Saturday, November 4th at Palmetto Islands County Park, beginning at the Big Oak Shelter
- Check-in and remembrance activities begin at 9 am
- Welcome ceremony and baby name reading begins at 10 am
- Walk begins at approximately 10:30 am
Please plan to arrive early to allow yourself plenty of time for entry to the park, parking and registration / shirt pickup.
Preceding the walk will be a brief welcome ceremony and baby name reading to honor the lives of babies gone too soon. Participants will then walk one mile together along a paved trail surrounded by beautiful scenery. Meaningful remembrance activities will be incorporated throughout the event.
*Note that registration for this event does not include the $2/person entry fee at Palmetto Island County Park. You will have to pay this to the park attendant upon your arrival, unless you are a Charleston County Parks Gold Pass member.
This event benefits Count the Kicks, an organization that educates expectant parents about the importance of tracking baby movements during pregnancy to prevent stillbirth. Research shows that a change in movement is sometimes the only indication that a baby is in distress.
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