What We Do

All circumstances differ, as do the emotions endured. Many go home while their baby remains hospitalized for days, weeks, and even months. The Cradling New Life Mission is to address the needs of families enduring the struggles of pre-term labor, premature birth, or other ill little ones in Iowa hospitals' Neonatal Intensive Care Units by raising awareness and establishing a unified footprint toward their needs.

News and Updates

      The third annual golf tournament was held Sunday June 11, 2017 at Terrace Hills Golf Course in Altoona.  The day wouldn’t have been complete without the Claxon’s Dart Golf Challenge, marshmallow drive, a chance to win a Harley Davidson, silent auction, prizes and trophies for the winners.  Thank you so much to […]

Since Cradling New Life was started by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 55, our board members thought it would be fun to have a fundraiser involving all of the Des Moines area unions at the Labor Day Picnic following the Labor Day Parade. We had union representatives from different locals across Des Moines […]

Amazon Smile

Have you ever purchased anything on Amazon?  Amazon has a great program that donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible Amazon Smile purchases to the charity of your choice.  Same products, same prices and the same service you are used to.  You can support Cradling New Life by logging onto www.smile.amazon.com with your Amazon username […]

How we have been helping

Babies Charlotte and Reece

Meet Cradling New Life’s newest twin girls Charlotte & Reece! These girls made their appearance at 33 weeks gestation after mom was on bedrest for 5 weeks. Reece has been home from the hospital since the beginning of October. Her sister however, was born with a heart condition that required surgery and a longer hospital […]

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Baby Kyrie

Please allow me to introduce you to Kyrie! His mama was on bed rest at the hospital for over a week before he made his early debut at just 26 weeks gestation. He weighed 1 lb 14 oz at birth but has already made it up to 2 lbs! He will be in the NICU […]

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