Governor Rick Scott Supporting World Prematurity Day

Today The Gift of Life Received a Letter from Governor Rick Scott in support of World Prematurity Day:

November 17, 2014
Dear Friends:

As advocates and organizations around the globe observe World Prematurity
Awareness Day, I commend you for your continued efforts to help Floridians increase awareness about premature birth, how it can be prevented, and how to support Florida families nurturing premature babies.
Thank you for promoting overall health and highlighting the strides taken to
support children born prematurely. Because a variety of communication efforts can be very effective in increasing awareness, your work is greatly appreciated.
In many ways, the well-being of the Sunshine State is connected to the success of
efforts like yours. As you work to ensure the health and well-being of infants, know that I am focused on three goals for our state: making Florida the No. 1 place for businesses to succeed, keeping the cost of living low for families and businesses, and making sure our schools prepare students for the career or college of their dreams. As a result, Florida is the best place for families to enjoy health and well-being and pursue their version of the American dream.

Thank you again for your service to your community and Florida families.
Sincerely,

Rick Scott
Governor

World Prematurity Day (2).pdf2014 Letter from Rick Scott Gov

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