Noah's Walk 

Honoring babies lost to miscarriage, stillbirth or infant death through education, research and awareness.

The goal of Noah's Walk is twofold. First, we are working to raise money to support research, education and awareness efforts aimed at reducing the number of people who experience pregnancy and infant loss. Secondly, this event is intended to honor all babies who have been lost and give their families an opportunity to recognize them.

Noah's Walk 2015 will take place in two parts. On October 15, we will hold a candlelight vigil to recognize International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day and remember the babies who have been lost. The candle lighting will take place promptly at 7 p.m. to be part of an international wave of light that occurs on that day. On a date TBD in October, there will be a walk through the downtown of both Biddeford and Saco to increase community awareness of pregnancy and infant loss and to raise money for preventative research as well as bereavement resources.

Candlelight Vigil Details

Date: Thursday, October 15, 2014

Time:  TBD 

Location:  TBD

Other Details: We will provide candles. Also, there will be an opportunity for people to say a few words about their experiences if they feel led.

Noah’s Walk 2015 Details

Date:  TBD, October, 2015

Time:  TBD

Location: The walk will begin and end at the North Dam Mill in Biddeford.  Registration will be held just inside the main entrance of the North Dam Mill.  Parking available in two public lots along Water Street, at the Saco train station, and along Main Street in Biddeford.  Please do not park in the Mill parking lot, as that lot is reserved for residents.  Thank you!

Other Details: There is no registration fee, though we ask walkers to please make donations as they are able, or recruit donors to sponsor their walk (refer to the Fundraising page for information about getting sponsors and making donations). All proceeds will go to the Noah’s Walk Fund within First Candle. Click here to learn more about the fund and about First Candle.

More Information

If you have any questions or would like to volunteer to help with the walk, the vigil or both, please contact Lindsay Schuenke at or Katherine O’Connor at

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