The sorors of Zeta Phi Beta are doing some extremely powerful work in funding prenatal education through the March of Dimes
March of Dimes president, Stacey Stewart, recently announced that Zeta chapters across the country had raised over $700,000 for March for Babies walking events in 2019 alone and that they had contributed over $5.5 million to date. The money raised to provide prenatal education and support for mothers in need.
“Zeta and the March of Dimes serve tens of thousands of women with prenatal education and support through its Stork’s Nest and Prematurity Awareness programs to help alleviate birth inequity,” a press release issued by the sorority stated. “Our mothers are dying during and after childbirth at alarming rates. As a service organization of over 120,000 women, Zeta Phi Beta will continue to lead and champion for mothers and babies worldwide,” said Valerie Hollingsworth Baker, International Centennial President.