Walk for a cause, this time its walk for babies. As per recent reports, it has been proposed that Sunday morning, state capitol's ground Payson Park was filled with enthusiastic participants, who were there to be a part of March of Dimes, the annual event raising awareness regarding baby issues.
It has been revealed that the march for babies initiated from the ground and within the next fifteen minutes, it was marching around Back Cove, a popular walking track that encircles water.
Moreover, it has been acknowledged that more of such events are hosted across the country each year. It has been estimated that more than 2,000 people Mainers participated, sporting pink, white and purple beaded necklaces, where white were worn by those whose babies had died, purple by families of premature-babies and pink with healthy babies.
It has been reported that hundreds of people supported the cause and raise more than $400,000, so that babies can avail the best of education in later years and also for research purposes. Moreover, it has been subjected that the event laid emphasis on making sure that the babies are carried full-term.
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