March Of Dimes

In 2011, CEO Patrick Rush and his wife Christina welcomed their first child, Havana. Unfortunately, Havana was severely premature, born at 26 weeks weighing only 1.5 pounds. She would spend the next 124 days in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) fighting for her life. Today, Havana is thriving, and the Rush Family and TFA feel it’s important to support the research being done by the March of Dimes on prematurity. Their research helps provide a greater likelihood of successful pregnancies and healthy babies.