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Helping families navigate the NICU Journey, one miracle at a time.

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The leading provider of NICU family support in the Delaware Valley...and beyond.

10 years of providing hope and building community through personal and financial support for families who experience the NICU.

COMMUNITY.
SUPPORT.
HOPE.
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Providing hope and building community through personal and financial support for families who experience the NICU.

Mission

A world where every family

who experiences the NICU feels supported throughout their journey

Vision

Lead with Empathy • Create Community

Be Inclusive • Demonstrate Integrity

Build Trust  • Commit To Excellence

Values

"Today is a Good Day supported me during my NICU journey by reminding me I’m not alone.”

When several families were asked to describe the NICU experience, they all said the same thing: a scary roller coaster ride full of unknowns. It is through this shared experience that Today is a Good Day was born. Hear the full story from our founders and watch as others explain just how much our resources helped them through their NICU journey, and beyond.

22 Weeks

Keeley & Kambry

Keeley and Kambry are identical (Mono/Di) twins who were diagnosed with Twin To Twin Transfusion Syndrome in utero at 16 weeks gestation. Jade, their Mother, underwent surgery at 18 weeks gestation at the Cincinnati Fetal Center to correct the TTTS. The surgery was successful. This prolonged the pregnancy by 4 weeks and the girls were born 125 days premature at 22 weeks and 1 day.

26 Weeks

Izzy

The tech came in with the best poker face, repeating ultrasound having me emptying my bladder over and over again, asking general questions which I realize weren’t “general” at all, just to hear that I was “ very “ dilated. His exact words were “ I’m not saying you’rehaving the baby today, but we are sending you straight to labour and delivery they will be expecting you”. 

32 Weeks

 Miles

After having our daughter at 26 weeks in 2014, we waited two years before trying to get pregnant again. We knew the chance of having another preemie was relatively high, but we wanted to give our daughter a sibling. We hoped that Makena injections and frequent monitoring would help us to carry our next baby to term.

39 Weeks

Patrick

Patrick was born full term at 39 weeks after a healthy pregnancy. During his birth, the cord wrapped around his head and neck, and sent him into distress due to lack of oxygen. He inhaled meconium and was delivered unresponsive.

NICU Miracles

Upcoming Events

  • The Miracle Mile 2024
    The Miracle Mile 2024
    Sun, Jul 14
    Norristown
    Jul 14, 2024, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
    Norristown, 1661 Harding Blvd, Norristown, PA 19401, USA
    Jul 14, 2024, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
    Norristown, 1661 Harding Blvd, Norristown, PA 19401, USA
    The Miracle Mile (formerly Miles for Miracles) is a chance to get active with your family and friends while supporting the mission of Today is a Good Day - providing hope and building community through personal and financial support to families who experience the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
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  • 2024 Ralph Schrager Memorial Fund Golf Outing
    2024 Ralph Schrager Memorial Fund Golf Outing
    Mon, Oct 14
    Horsham
    Oct 14, 2024, 9:00 PM – Oct 15, 2024, 7:00 PM
    Horsham, 250 Babylon Rd, Horsham, PA 19044, USA
    Oct 14, 2024, 9:00 PM – Oct 15, 2024, 7:00 PM
    Horsham, 250 Babylon Rd, Horsham, PA 19044, USA
    The Ralph Schrager Memorial Fund Golf Tournament is held each fall in memory of Dr. Ralph Schrager, a well-respected neonatologist and golf enthusiast who saved thousands of frail babies’ lives in our community for over 30 years.
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Dozens of Hospital and Community Partners nationwide.

Hospital Partnerships are key to advancing the mission of Today is a Good Day. Our goal is to partner with a hospital from the moment a family is admitted to the NICU. We aim to create a positive patient experience for families navigating the NICU journey. Each partnership is unique based upon the hospital’s needs and priorities.