December 18th will mark the third birthday and anniversary of losing our daughter Hailey. We are once again asking our family and friends to spread kindness in her honor. If you would like to participate, feel free to complete a random act of kindness on Sunday, December 18th. Make sure to send us pictures or share on social media using the hashtag #haileysdayofkindness so that we can follow along. Each year we are completely blown away by your creativity and generosity. We appreciate everything you do to keep Hailey's memory alive!

Print out a tag to attach to your act of kindness here.

Although we have not set up an official fundraiser, you are always welcome to donate to Pockets of Light in Hailey’s honor. Pockets of light is a local non-profit that provides free support to families who experience loss during pregnancy or shortly after. They helped us to navigate some of the most challenging days after losing our daughter.

Thank you for all of your support!


Jill, Ryan, and Olivia

Acts of Kindness from 2021

See photos from last year here!

  • Care packages to NICU parents and nurses at hopsitals in NJ and NY

  • Lunch, treats, custom bracelets for Labor and Delivery at hospitals in NJ and CA

  • Donations for "weekend bags" to be sent home with children in need who receive free food in school throughout the week

  • Buying a stranger gas, coffee, etc

  • Coffee and treats for teachers

  • Donations to food pantries throughout NJ and NY

  • Christmas cards and toy donations to the Children's Hospital of NJ at Newark Beth Israel

  • Baby item donations to Birthright of Danbury

  • Gift cards to strangers

  • Winter coats and diaper donations

  • Random thank you notes

  • Donations to Pockets of Light, Project Sweet Pea, American Heart Association, Toys for Tots, Big Brother Big Sister Foundation, ----

Acts of Kindness from 2020

See photos from 2020!

  • Last year our friends and family helped us raise over $10,000 to be donated to Pockets of Light on Hailey's first birthday

  • Food deliveries to hospitals in New Jersey, New York, and California

  • Custom hope bracelets for parents with children in the pediatric special care unit

  • Care packages with homemade ornaments, gift cards, and holiday treats

  • Donation to Hope After Loss in Connecticut

  • Children's book donations through Amazon Wishlist

  • Baby items and a monetary donation to Birthright of Greater Danbury

  • Donations to mothers that were struggling financially

  • Notes of kindness spread throughout town

  • Holiday treats for co-workers and administrative staff

  • Treats for first responders

  • Clearing snow off neighbors’ cars

  • Cookies and chocolates to neighbors

  • Toy and clothing donations for kids in need

  • Make-a-wish, March of Dimes, and Project Sweet Pea donations.

  • Gift cards and coffee to neighbors in town

  • Supplies for a special needs preschool class

  • Donations to various food banks