Early Registration Shirt Incentive Deadline Extended!

February 14, 2018
We’ve been blown away by the response we’ve received from the Promise Walk for Preeclampsia participants and teams all over the country. We’re on track to have one of our best years ever and it’s because of you.
We’ve had hundreds of supporters already qualify for this year’s early registration shirt by raising their first $100. As a special Valentine’s Day surprise, the deadline has been extended through March 17th.


If you haven’t done so yet this season, click here now to register!


We’re looking forward to seeing you (in your awesome shirt) at your local Promise Walk very soon!

Receive a Free Promise Walk T-Shirt!

January 12, 2018


You can make a difference for those affected by preeclampsia!  Join our community and become a part of the Promise Walk for Preeclampsia, a Preeclampsia Foundation signature event.  Your support makes it possible for us to provide patient support and education, raise public awareness, fund research, and improve healthcare practices.

Come out to a fun family-friendly event near you and walk with us!  Now through February 14th, 2018, if you register for the Promise Walk for Preeclampsia and raise $100, you can qualify for a complimentary walk T-shirt!  Shirts can be picked up on walk day at the registration table.   Register at www.promisewalk.org.

Let’s make strides and deliver hope for mothers and their babies!



Registration opens December 1st!

November 28, 2017


These guys are ready, and so are we! The 2018 Promise Walk for Preeclampsia season officially opens for registration on Friday, December 1st, 2017!  Grab your family, your friends, your neighbors and form a walk team.  Let’s make this season the biggest yet in our efforts to bring awareness and raise funds to make strides and deliver hope to moms and their babies affected by preeclampsia.

Register at www.promisewalk.org – we can’t wait to see you there!

P.S. Even if there’s not an event near you, you can still form a team and join us virtually!


A Bigger, Better Promise Walk is Coming Soon!

October 23, 2017

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The Preeclampsia Foundation is excited to kick off the 2018 Promise Walk for Preeclampsia season.  We are currently out in the field training our Promise Walk Chairs and their committees and are really excited for the energy the team is bringing this year!  We are working hard to make our nationwide events bigger and better than ever before, and we can’t wait for you to join us!  Registration will officially open on December 1st, 2017.


Thank you for a fantastic season!

August 31, 2017


Today is the last day of the 2017 Promise Walk for Preeclampsia season.  As I sit here in my office, I’m feeling overwhelmed with gratitude.  The amount of time, effort, energy, and contributions that 3,700+ individuals put in to making these events successful nationwide both humbles and astounds me.  You are all making a world of difference to families, mothers, and babies affected by preeclampsia.  Since the inception of the walk in 2005, the Preeclampsia Foundation has now raised millions of dollars towards advancing research, providing patient education and support, raising awareness, and improving healthcare practices.

This season was particularly special to me as it was my first as National Events Manager. There are so many who helped and supported me in my transition into this position, and the patience, enthusiasm, and teamwork exhibited by the Walk Chairs and volunteers in each city was impressive.  Our volunteers are some of the most passionate and dedicated people I have ever encountered!  I personally think we have the best volunteers in the entirety of the non-profit world, and I appreciate all of you!

I need to say thank you as well to our national sponsors this year:  BabyCenter, NTD Labs, and Gestvision.  Your corporate leadership towards these walks helps the voices of our families to be heard!  And to our many local sponsors, you are making such a significant impact in your communities in the level of awareness we’ve achieved.  You truly are making strides and delivering hope!

To those that gave a financial contribution this year….your generosity is incredible.  Your dollars are literally saving lives of moms and babies and there’s nothing more invaluable than that.  And every dollar makes a difference.  Thank you so much!

Finally, to the participants, I would like to say thank you from the bottom of my heart. You guys are out there walking…rain or shine, in the heat or cold…and you are being seen.  I’d also like to say: please, keep walking.  This effort seems like an uphill battle at times.  Maternal mortality is on the rise in the United States.  There’s so much more to do. But we all must put one foot in front of the other in order to keep moving forward.   We’ve got a lot of walking ahead of us.  As a team, we CAN put an end to preeclampsia. TOGETHER.

~Sara Gauthier, National Events Manager



Join us for a Thunderclap for World Preeclampsia Day on May 22, 2017!

May 10, 2017


May is National Preeclampsia Awareness Month here in the United States, but this year, the Preeclampsia Foundation is pleased to cosponsor the first-ever World Preeclampsia Day with @BabyCenter, Ending Eclampsia/USAID, ISSHP & PRE-EMPT.   Let’s make our message heard worldwide by joining our Thunderclap on May 22 at 8am Eastern Standard Time!

What’s a Thunderclap you ask???   Social media is an easy way to say something, but it’s a difficult way to be heard. A Thunderclap is the first-ever crowdspeaking platform that helps people be heard by saying something together.  When the “thunder” strikes, a single message is mass-shared by everyone who joined, flash mob-style, so it rises above the noise of your social networks and spreads awareness quickly.

JOIN IN AND SHARE: http://thndr.me/NvxqmB #worldpreeclampsiaday


Meet our Director of Development, Sean Farrell

May 5, 2017

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The Preeclampsia Foundation is thrilled to announce the newest member of our team – Director of Development, Sean Farrell. With over a decade of experience in fundraising, program management, and community investment initiatives, Sean’s primary focus is growing a culture of philanthropy with current and prospective donors, board members, volunteers, and survivors across the country.

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