The NILMDTS Remembrance Walk, “Our Journey Together” is for parents, family members, and friends to come together to remember a precious baby who has died due to miscarriage, stillbirth, SIDS, neonatal or any type of pregnancy or infant loss.
The NILMDTS Virtual Walk is an opportunity to bring honor to our babies and healing to our hearts. The Virtual Walk also ensures future support to families who will sadly walk in our shoes one day.
“We love to see and hear our babies’ names. Thank you for giving us so many opportunities for that.” ~ 2020 NILMDTS Virtual Walk Participant
ABOUT THE WALK:
The Virtual Walk will include an online presentation with readings, music, and speakers to honor your baby. During the presentation, each baby is honored by having his or her name read aloud. Following the presentation, a Virtual Resource Library including additional speakers and musicians will also be available. Attendees are encouraged to take some personal time to journey with their friends and family for a one-mile reflective walk in their own community. Together, we will create the same sense of community and support found at our in-person walks.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED.
The presentation will be available online starting on Saturday, October 2, 2021, at 9:00 am Mountain Time. Participants will be provided with detailed instructions on accessing the walk presentation via email days before the event. Following the presentation, a Virtual Resource Library including additional speakers and musicians will also be available.
Each Adult and Senior registration includes one Adult t-shirt. A child registration includes one Youth t-shirt. No additional purchased can be made.
Adult Walk T-shirt
Youth Walk T-shirt
JOIN A MEET-UP FOR OCTOBER’S WALK!
Are you interested in walking with other bereaved families on October 2nd? Visit the link below to find out more information about joining one of our Virtual Walk Host locations!
“I highly recommend this to anyone that lost a loved one. It really helps to heal during the grieving process.” ~ 2020 NILMDTS Virtual Walk Participant