100+ Women Who Care And LAMC Present Check To First Born Program Of Los Alamos This Morning

At an official check presentation this morning at Los Alamos Medical Center, a donation of $4,700 was awarded to First Born Program® of Los Alamos (FBPLA) from 100+ Women Who Care Los Alamos. Participating in this morning’s check presentation from left, LAMC Marketing Director Liz Alvarez, LAMC Chief Nursing Officer Lisa Wallace, FBPLA Director Molly McBranch, 100 + Women Who Care Co-founder Kristy Ortega, United Way of Northern New Mexico Executive Director Mary Beth Maassen and LAMC Records Manager Cathy Hadley. FBPLA is a nonprofit organization that provides parents and primary caregivers with education and support to encourage normal growth and development of happy, healthy babies in positive, nurturing families. FBPLA provides free home visitation services to all families in Los Alamos County. Services may be requested at any time during pregnancy, at the birth of the baby, or until the baby is two months of age, and continue until the child is three years of age, or until the family no longer requests program services. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com


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