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3rd Annual Noelle's Light Golf Classic

Monday, May 20th
Riverton Country Club

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Welcome to our family.

Together, we help families maintain focus on the health and well-being of themselves and their baby, not the bills that await them.

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Our Mission

Noelle's Light delivers financial support to distressed families that are receiving treatment & care following a life-threatening fetal diagnosis. Our efforts are dedicated to uplifting families during their time of need.

How We Help Families

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Financial Support

Treating a fetal diagnosis can cost families thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket expenses that they may not be able to afford. Noelle's Light provides eligible families up to $5,000 in financial assistance

If you are a family in need of help, or an institution that cares for fetal families, contact us to learn how we can lend a hand.

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Resources Network

We understand the complexity of navigating a fetal diagnosis. Noelle's Light has a network of resources to help guide your physical, emotional, and informational needs during this time.

Learn about our resources, or contact us to be a part of our network.

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Stories of Hope

Noelle's Light gives voice to families for sharing their unfiltered journeys of hope, struggle, triumph, and despair.

Not only can it be therapeutic and empowering, but it may strengthen someone else in hearing your truth.

Follow along to hear these stories, or drop us a line to share yours!

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Mentorship Program

A fetal diagnosis can quickly cause doubt and confusion. Our mentorship program is here to help you be hopeful again. We will help you work through emotions and provide resources to empower you. Whether you just received a fetal diagnosis, have a child in the NICU or have experienced a loss, we are here to tell you that you are not alone.

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Care Packages

The Noelle's Light Hope Box delivers comfort goods, artwork, grief tools, and message of hope to recently bereaved families.

Many of the items in our Hope Boxes are contributed by organizations, parents, and grandparents that were inspired by their own experience with loss. Our Hope Boxes are designed to help its recipient remember that the love for their child never dies and that there is always light in times of darkness. 

While our Hope Boxes are provided free of charge, we kindly encourage those requesting a box to make a donation of any amount so that this program can continue for the next family in need.

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Quick Facts

Our mission is guided by the facts about fetal diagnoses and families' ability to face them.

800,000+ pregnancies

in the US are affected by a fetal syndrome each year.

4,000 parents per day

in the US receive a fetal diagnosis.

49% of Americans

if faced with an unexpected expense of $1,000, will need to take on debt, or simply cannot cover the expense.


is the estimated average out-of-pocket cost for families treating a fetal diagnosis. These costs include travel, housing/hotels, copays & uninsured medical costs, childcare, lost wages from unpaid time off work, and funeral costs,


Our Story

Noelle's Light Co-Founders Jodi & Alex Laughlin

"In 2016, we became two of the estimated 4,000 parents per day in the US that receive a fetal diagnosis. We were 20 weeks pregnant with our daughter, Noelle, when we found out something was wrong.

Our baby was later diagnosed with a rare, life-threatening fetal condition called Hydrops Fetalis. In an instant, our pregnancy once full of joy and excitement turned to fear and confusion. Our once playful debates about nursery paint colors had abruptly shifted to tearful conversations about treatment options and specialist care.

In that moment, we had no idea the physical, emotional, and financial  mountains we had yet to climb in this journey.

We spent over two months and nearly $7,000 in out-of-pocket expenses seeing specialists and undergoing multiple in-utero fetal surgeries requiring overnight hospital stays. We did everything we could to save our daughter's life.

Noelle Philomena Laughlin was born and died on December 13, 2016 at 30 weeks gestation. Her life has inspired us to light a path of hope and support for other families facing a fetal diagnosis and its aftermath, no matter the outcome.”

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