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Savannah’s Angels Looking Out for Newborn Babies

What started by accident on December 12, 2013 has grown to a passion and full blown outreach support effort to provide resources to premature and newborn babies and their families. Savannah’s Angels began when Cynthia Prout met a woman whose baby had just been released from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) .
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While collecting resources for Savannah and her mother, Prout ended up with clothes for a baby boy and was able to get those to a mother in need. From that point Savannah’s Angels took off. Since December 12 Savannah’s Angels has already helped 35 babies.
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savannahsangelsSavannah’s Angels are working as part of Word-A-Live Church in Penn Valley in order to operate as a legitimate non-profit. Donations are run through the church and routed back into to the community through Pout’s group. No money is spent on overhead or salaries, Prout and the other Angels are all volunteers. A bake sale on Sunday netted about 150 dollars.
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Cynthia is currently working to help a young mom and baby in need whose father unfortunately passed away before the woman even new she was pregnant.
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If you would like to help Savannah’s Angels you can contact Cynthia Prout through Savannah’s Angels on Facebook or call Cynthia directly (530-615-6728) or Word-A-Live Church in Penn Valley.

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