TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Hundreds joined the 26th annual Walk to Remember event Sunday.
It was held in Deming Park this year.
The walk is to remember babies that die during pregnancy or shortly after birth.
There’s no cost to join the walk.
It’s to support family and friends who have experienced this tragedy.
“These babies are just as important to them as their living children. And they were wanted and they’re loved and grieved and remembered. It’s important to them to have a supported environment to do that,” said Sue Hoopengarner, coordinator.
The walk was sponsored by Union Hospital.
You can make donations to their bereavements services program by calling Hoopengarner at Union Hospital.
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