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The 26th Annual

Walk to Remember

Honoring Our Babies

WHEN?  Sunday, October 6th, 2019    1-3 PM

               1:00 Registration and Opening Dedication

               1:45 Short Walk along Onondaga Lake Parkway

               2:30 Refreshments

               2:45 Closing


WHERE?  Onondaga Lake Park, Willow Bay Shelter, Liverpool, NY

WHO is invited?    Bereaved parents, children, extended family members, and other caring friends & community members

WHAT to bring? If they wish, participants are invited to bring:

  • photographs or any kind of memento to carry that will help you remember your baby as you walk

  • a poem, reading, or brief reflection on your experience to share with the group (this is optional)

WHAT else?

If you or a family member would like to make a monetary donation to support events and opportunities for bereaved parents in CNY, you are invited to make a contribution to The Kara Fund. We are tremendously grateful for The Kara Fund’s continued financial support of The Walk to Remember and other CNYPIBR events.

HOW? Please complete the registration form below.


Name *

QUESTIONS? Please contact us here.


Memory Making Events

From time to time, in conjunction with other local support sources, we offer opportunities for parents to gather to work with images and memories of their children and create meaningful ways to share those. Whether parents are making an ornament for the holiday, or creating a spring time collage, they find these events to be healing, helpful, and even enjoyable.


Walk to Remember

This event takes place the first Sunday of each October, and helps kick of Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. Together we walk in memory of our little ones. Registration for 2018 Walk to Remember will be available in early September.


World Wide Candle Lighting Services

On a Sunday in early December, families around the globe light candles in memory of children of any age who have died. CNYPIBR hosts two services for this purpose, one in Onondaga Hill and one in DeWitt. With communities everywhere, we take time away from the frenzied pressure of the holiday circle the earth with a wave of light in honor and memory. This year’s World Wide Candle Lighting Services will be held on Sunday, December 9, 2018.