What's Right with Your Community: Footprints Ministry

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By Alabama News Network

 

 

Being a new mom can be overwhelming, but it can be even more so when your baby is in the neonatal intensive care unit.

But there's a group that is working to ease the fears those new parents face.

It's called the Footprints Minstry.  It started in Montgomery and has expanded across the state and into Tennessee.

The nonprofit group was started in Montgomery in 2007 by Kim Wilson, whose own son spent time in the unit.  Members visit every parent, and bring them a bag filled with things they might need - a burp cloth, a bible, blanket and much more.

And the support doesn't stop once the baby leaves the NICU, they become part of a footprints family.

 



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