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Walk to Remember

Walk to Remember event at Carrie Gaulbert Cox Park canceled for 2020. Check back for details in 2021.

Previous events have included a time for music, sign-making and children’s activities; resource booths for parents/families; a 1-mile walk; a memorial service; and a dove release.

At Norton Healthcare, we are committed to protecting our patients, staff and community. In an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, the Walk to Remember is canceled for 2020. We recognize the significance in honoring children lost through miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death and are still available to offer support. If you or a loved one needs grief support from a chaplain at Norton Healthcare, contact:

Adam Ruiz, D.Min., BCC
Mother-Baby Chaplain
Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital
(502) 899-6635

Kate Davidson, M.A.
Neonatal Intensive Care Chaplain
Norton Children’s Hospital
(502) 629-2788

The Rev. Rick Forest, D.Min., FT
Coordinator, GriefCare Information Center
(502) 629-5926 or (800) 323-9324

Donations

Generous donations from you make the Walk to Remember possible at no cost to participants. To help ensure the Walk to Remember continues, please consider donating. Any amount is appreciated; all donations are tax deductible. Donations can be mailed. Make checks payable to Norton Healthcare Foundation c/o Angels, Butterflies, Frogs and mail to:

Norton Healthcare Foundation/Angels Butterflies Frogs Fund
P.O. Box 950184
Dept. 86148
Louisville, KY 40295-0184

Sponsors

The Walk to Remember is made possible through volunteer leadership and participation with assistance from the Norton Healthcare pastoral care department. To volunteer for future events, contact chaplain Adam Ruiz at adam.ruiz@nortonhealthcare.org.

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