Share Your Story with 4moms Cares
4moms Cares gives families and hospital staff the extra set of arms they need to comfort their babies. Through this program, we donate MamaRoo Multi-Motion Baby swings to help families, hospitals, and non-profits who need assistance.
If you or someone you know could benefit from a product donation, click below to learn more.
The 4moms Cares Mission
At 4moms, we Believe in better®. Better products, better collaboration, better communities. The 4moms Cares program dramatically impacts the lives of children and families in need through meaningful product donations, hospital discounts and supporting our local communities.
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4moms Cares makes product donations to help families as well as non-profits whose mission aligns with ours – dramatically impacting the lives of children and families.
If you know a family or non-profit that could benefit from a 4moms product donation, we’d love to learn more.
Over 600 maternity wards, NICUs, and pediatric units across the U.S. use the 4moms mamaRoo to comfort newborns. Doctors and nurses have found it transformational in caring for preemies and babies with severe conditions such as Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome. 4moms Cares offers a product discount to hospitals and health care centers.
mamaRoo Pilot Study
A pilot study conducted by the National Perinatal Association (NPA) and 4moms showed that the mamaRoo can be an effective non-pharmacological intervention for babies experiencing symptoms associated with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS). Initial data showed that babies placed in the mamaRoo after 30 minutes were more physiologically stable - having lower heart and respiratory rates - and were in calmer behavioral states.
We proudly support our hometown of Pittsburgh, PA through programs that help local children and families. From robotics camps at 4moms Headquarters, to food and toy drives; 4moms Cares takes a hands-on approach to making a difference in our community.