Fairfield Companies Join Tiny Miracles Foundation’s Inaugural Prematurity Awareness Campaign

DARIEN, CT — Two popular Fairfield businesses will join nearly 20 outlets in the Tiny Miracles Foundation’s first-ever “Prematurity Awareness Campaign” this month. Turnpike Spirit Shop and Little Pub will be two locations in town that will participate in the community campaign created to generate visibility for the widespread incidence of premature births, while raising funds for Tiny Miracles programs for families of premature babies.

Businesses in Fairfield County and beyond have pledged to support Tiny Miracles by offering promotions and special events in the days surrounding November 17 – recognized as Prematurity Awareness Day.

“Prematurity has a significant impact on our community; One in 10 babies is born prematurely,” said Tina Tison, executive director of Tiny Miracles. “We are very grateful for the generous support of Turnpike Spirit Shop and Little Pub to help us spread the message of our mission and raise important funds to help us provide compassionate care to families facing the trauma of premature birth. “

Turnpike Sprit Shop (1838 Black Rock Turnpike; turnpikespiritshop.com) has committed to providing two weeks of support starting Friday November 4th. The store will contribute 10% of sales of select products, including Cylinder ultra premium vodka, Moonlight Barista, Pasha’s Persian Lemonade and The Cocktail Chemist Beverage Co items. The store will also offer customers the opportunity to round up their purchase for donations to Tiny Miracles.

Little Pub (2133 Black Rock Turnpike; littlepub.com) is committed to supporting Tiny Miracles throughout Prematurity Awareness Day – Thursday, November 17. For all customers who mention prematurity awareness, the restaurant will donate 15% of all checks to Tiny Miracles. The restaurant supports the campaign in its 5 locations and for dine-in and take-out orders (take-out code: Miracles).

The full list of community partners and their support for prematurity awareness includes:

November 1 to 24

Maple Craft Foods – Contributing to 30% of online sales

maplecraftfoods.com/TTMF

November 4 to 18

Turnpike Liquor Shop

1838 Black Rock Turnpike, Fairfield

Contribute 10% of sales of certain products and round up donations

turnpikespiritshop.com

November 7

Panera

860 Post Road East, Westport

Contribution of 20% of sales from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. (flyer or screenshot required)

Use promotional code FUND4U during online or in-app payment

November 12 and 26

Danbury hat tricks

Join Tiny Miracles in 2 special games that include sweepstakes and special experiences

danburyhattricks.com

14 – 20 November

UCBC (Upper Crust Bagel Company)

980 Post Road, Darien

11 South Avenue, New Canaan

Contribute to proceeds from the sale of purple bagels

November 17

Little pub

All locations (Fairfield, Wilton, Greenwich, Stratford and Old Saybrook)

Contribution of 15% of sales with mention of Tiny Miracles

Dine in or take out (Take out code: Miracles)

littlepub.com

Barrett Bookstore

6 Corbin Drive, Darien

Contribute 20% to purchases of hardback books

Facebook.com/barrettbookstore

EGG New York

1060 Post Road, Darien

Contribute 15% of sales

November 17

eggnewyork.com

The toy post

180 East Post Road, Westport

Contribute 10% of all profits

thetoypostct.com

Williams Day Spa

1020 Post Road, Darien

10% contribution from all spa services and retail sales

williamsdayspa.com

craftbottlz

1 Morse Short, New Canaan

Contribute 10% of sales

craftbottlz.com

November 26

J.McLaughlin

382 East Post Road, Westport

Sip and shop from noon to 5 p.m.; Contribute 15% of sales

jmclaughlin.com

More information is available at www.ttmf.org. If your company is interested in participating in the Prematurity Awareness Campaign, please contact Tina Tison at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE TINY MIRACLES FOUNDATION

Based in Darien, the Tiny Miracles Foundation is a nonprofit organization that serves the emotional, practical, and financial needs of the families of more than 1,200 premature babies born each year in southwestern Connecticut. Founded in 2004 in response to one in 10 babies being born prematurely in our communities, Tiny Miracles supports parents through on-site partnerships with six leading hospitals in Fairfield and New Haven counties. Thanks to generous individual and corporate donors, all Tiny Miracles support is provided free to families.

To learn more about the organization and its work, visit www.ttmf.org.

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