Latest happenings
Fred’s Footsteps Selected as Philadelphia Eagles Community Partner

Fred’s Footsteps today announced their selection as one of three Eagles Care partners for the 2019 season.

2019 Party in the Yard Featured on CBS3 Philly

The 2019 Party in the Yard was recently featured on CBS3 Philly.

More than 600 attend 2019 Party in the Yard

Local society press member, Susan Scovill, featured Fred’s Footsteps Party in the Yard on her blog, complete with event photographs and details.

Fred’s Footsteps Launches Third Fellowship Program in September 2019

Fred’s Footsteps is now accepting applications for its third Fred’s Footsteps Fellowship Program, launching in September 2019.

Fred’s Footsteps Participates in Inaugural Main Live Gives Event

Fred’s Footsteps is excited to participate in the inaugural Main Line Gives event on Thursday, May 31. The day seeks to harness the power of the Main Line to support local nonprofits working tirelessly in the community.

Executive Director Christine DiBona Lobley Discusses Ladies’ Night on NBC

Executive Director Christine DiBona Lobley was a featured guest on NBC10 Philadelphia to discuss the second annual Ladies’ Night at Life’s Patina at Willowbrook Farm.

Fred’s Footsteps Featured in Metro’s “Community Spotlight”

Fred’s Footsteps is featured in a Metro Newspaper “Community Spotlight” article which details the organization and includes volunteer opportunities.

Fred’s Footsteps Reaches $5 Million Milestone in Support to Families Caring for Critically Ill Children

Fred’s Footsteps today announced a funding milestone: It has provided over $5 Million in support to families in the Philadelphia region who are caring for a critically ill, injured or disabled child.

Fred’s Footsteps mom organizes children’s medical supply drive for hurricane victims
November 17: World Prematurity Day

Today is World Prematurity Day, one day of the year when mass efforts are focused on raising awareness of this serious health crisis. This year, alone, Fred’s Footsteps supported 14 families whose babies were born too soon.