An organization dedicated to helping the tiniest patients toured the Lehigh Valley Hospital Thursday.
Officials with the March of Dimes stopped by the neonatal intensive care unit to get a first hand look at the babies they're working to help.
The March of Dimes is dedicated to helping families have healthy, full-term babies and officials say tours like this are really important.
"As we approach our 75th anniversary with the March of Dimes, we really felt it was important to visit and to just educated our leadership as to where their funds are going," said March of Dimes of Northeast Pennsylvania Executive Director Deborah Pollock.
The March of Dimes says nationally one in 8 babies is born pre-maturely and that rate has risen by 36-percent over the last 25 years.
To learn how you can help, you can head over to marchofdimes.com.