RDX Joins March of Dimes to Improve the Health of Pittsburgh Babies
May 22, 2014 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsPITTSBURGH – May 22, 2014 – RDX is pleased to announce that the organization is sponsoring Pittsburgh's March for Babies on Sunday, June 8, 2014, at Heinz Field. March of Dimes hosts March for Babies in hundreds of towns across the country every year in order to raise money and awareness for its mission to help mothers-to-be have healthy pregnancies and babies. With its sponsorship, RDX will have its logo printed on a mile marker along the walk's route.
In addition to a sponsorship, RDX has a team of employees who are fundraising for March of Dimes and participating in the walk. "We're so excited to have RDX on board to help us at a local level," said Ben Chaffee, Executive/Division Director for the West Penn March of Dimes. "Their passion for the cause and commitment to helping our babies will be a huge driving factor in the success of our event next year. We are grateful for the time and support they're able to lend us." The 3.5 mile walk will begin at 9 AM on Sunday and will take participants into downtown Pittsburgh and across the city's North Shore. Those interested in joining or sponsoring Team RDX can do so by visiting Team RDX's fundraising page.
Since its inception in 1938, March of Dimes has made great strides in its mission to protect the health of mothers-to-be and babies. The organization has contributed to the discovery of genetic causes of birth defects, promoted newborn screening for problem prevention, and provided education to medical professionals and the public about best practices for healthy pregnancies. In 1970, March of Dimes started the March for Babies in order to help raise money for additional research. March of Dimes has raised 2.3 billion dollars through March of Babies since the event began in 1970. For more information about March for Babies, please visit http://www.marchforbabies.org.
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