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EAST LANSING, Mich. — Family support group Tomorrow's Child recently partnered with Walgreens stores across Michigan, according to the company.
Supporters of Tomorrow's Child can help more babies reach their first birthdays by visiting Walgreens in January and purchasing $1 or $5 "pin-ups" at any of its 230 Michigan stores.
"Tomorrow's Child is excited for the new partnership and praises Walgreens for its willingness to educate Michigan citizens about the importance of safe sleep for our babies," said Sarah Scranton, Tomorrow's Child CEO. "We encourage all of our supporters to visit Walgreens during the month of January. It's an easy way to support our mission as you make your everyday purchases."
All proceeds will provide safe sleep educational outreach materials and support families affected by infant deaths.
Founded in 1994, Tomorrow's Child is in its 20th year of supporting parents and families coping with the loss of an infant and working to prevent future infant deaths.