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Project Sweet Peas

Last Update:9/5/2017
Contact:Sarah King
Address:45 Boylston Street
Warwick, RI 02889
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Project Sweet Peas' mission is to empower and support families of fragile infants, and to inspire hope through remembrance for those affected by pregnancy and infant loss.
Program Description
Project Sweet Peas is a 501(c)3 national non-profit organization coordinated by volunteers, who through personal experience have become passionate about providing support to families of premature or sick infants and to those who have been affected by pregnancy and infant loss.

Project Sweet Peas acknowledges the importance of parental involvement in caregiving and decision-making in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), and seeks to promote family-centered care (FCC) competencies in hospitals nationwide. Care packages, hospital events, peer-to-peer support, financial aid, educational materials, and other Project Sweet Peas services, support the cultural, spiritual, emotional, and financial needs of families as they endure life in the NICU.

Project Sweet Peas makes a lifelong commitment to support families experiencing pregnancy and infant loss. In a baby’s last moments, families are encouraged to make cherished memories with custom Project Sweet Peas keepsake items. Healing and remembrance continue to be fostered through programming such as peer-to-peer support, and our annual candlelight vigil. Through our services, we give from our hearts, to inspire families with the hope of tomorrow.
Project Sweet Peas provides care packages for FREE to those that request them, however, we suggest a donation of $15 to assist with the cost of shipping and to ensure that your request is filled.  

A NICU stay can be financially challenging for families. Project Sweet Peas understands this need, and provides grants on a monthly basis to families across the United States to help offset costs.
Family Support
Medically Fragile
Counties Serviced
7172 Graham Road, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46250 E-Mail:

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