WPC stands with March of Dimes to fight for the health of all moms and babies, supporting the March for Babies for the fourth consecutive year. Families in our community and across the country are touched by the fundraising by the March of Dimes, and all of us won’t stop until we reach our goal of building a better future for everyone. We’re proud to help provide resources and programs to educate and empower moms so every baby can have the best possible start. But we need you on our team. Together we can encourage more friends, family and supporters to join us to raise critical funds to tackle the biggest health threats facing moms and babies.
2022 March for Babies
For the first time in three years, the March for Babies took place in person on Sunday, April 24. Wilmington Paper signed on as a Silver Sponsor, and provided volunteers for the Wilmington Paper Kids Zone and Superhero Sprint.
On a perfect day for walking, Team WPC made our presence felt at the Meadowlands Racetrack to support this important cause. Led by the efforts of Brett Lurie and Josh Lurie, Wilmington Paper is a leading fundraising team for all of New Jersey in 2022, raising over $38,000 to date.
See the photo gallery below for highlights from this wonderful event.
Wilmington Paper is proud to donate to the Special Operations Warrior Foundation. SOWF was founded in 1980 to provide support and assistance to the U. S. Military's Special Operations community, consisting of the Army Special Forces (Green Berets), the Army's 75th Ranger Regiment, the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, Navy Small Boat Teams, Navy SEALs, Air Force Combat Controllers, Air Force Rotary and Fixed Wing Squadrons, and Marine Corps Special Operations Personnel. SOWF's mission includes two major aspects in support of special operations personnel: providing a full college education to the surviving children of those who lost their lives while serving in the U.S. military special operations community, and providing immediate financial assistance and support to ensure that severely wounded personnel are able to have their loved ones at their bedside during recovery.