The time to end preventable stillbirth is NOW! Join us! Raise your voice, get involved, & demand change with us because our babies matter.

Weekend of Oct 15th 2022

Washington, DC (Plus virtual + satellite events)

Picture it: 23,000 empty strollers, parading past the steps of Congress – one for every child lost in the past year. 

Ready for change? Let’s demand it! Invite all your family, friends, and individuals or organizations interested in lowering the rate of stillbirth. Register now!

Change is here.

Every single day, 65 US families expect to come home snuggling their newborn baby, and instead walk out of the hospital with a never-worn onesieand an empty infant carrier.

Many of these deaths are otherwise healthy babies and occur in normal, uneventful, low-risk pregnancies. With better awareness and simple prevention strategiesa significant portion of these babies could be saved, especially those that occur in the 3rd trimester.

NYC Onesie Walk 2021

The #StillCounts National Awareness Campaign is here to change this.

Families deserve to know that stillbirth still happens, and they deserve to be empowered with the information and resources they need to lower their risks of stillbirth.

If you or someone you care about has lost a child to stillbirth, miscarriage, SIDS, or any other cause at any point during pregnancy or infancy, please join us in raising awareness. Together, we can end preventable stillbirth.

#UnitedWePush For Families, For Babies, For Change.

NYC Onesie Walk in the News
Help fund year 2 of the NYC Rainbow Clinic! Please donate any amount to our fundraiser. Thank you!
Check out the Rainbow Clinic that PUSH for Empowered Pregnancy helped bring to NYC!
Learn about stillbirth prevention & what the U.S. can do to lower our rate of preventable losses!
Learn about why we must evolve prenatal care to help prevent stillbirths by detecting small placentas.
There are protocols being implemented in other countries lowering the rate of stillbirth, why aren’t they used here?
Watch this important discussion with Jill Wieber Lens, a lawyer who also suffered a stillbirth dedicated to promoting change.
Hear about the misconceptions that are causing increased risks in pregnancy & how we can build a trusted care team.