YOU ARE NOT ALONE. Everyday can be a struggle for a mother. The devastating news that your child will stay in the N.I.CU. will bring unknown emotions. Glo Preemies is offering support via online or at our meetings located throughout the west coast. Glo Preemies stands by our mission to beautify, support, and empower our fearless mothers and queens.
Life after Birth: Premature Success will be availble soon. This book will follow Ashley and what she experienced through her three births and the NICU. You will learn how to overcomeife obstacles and use your inner strength to become successful.
Please contact us if you need to schedule a special support meeting for you or a loved one.
Ashley Randolph, the founder, is an expert by experience. She has had 3 children in the Nicu and is dedicated to educating families on prematurity awareness.
African Americans are more likely to have preterm labor and delivery. Being black places you at 46% more likely to have a child that will require some time in the NICU.
On June 9,2018, join Glo Preemies as Black Mothers March 4 Preemies. We will march in Sacramento, Ca to support on another and to raise awareness in the African American Community. Also, sign up for the #BMM4P Newsletter. Together we are a family.