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Benefit to support postpartum education group

"Squash the Stigma" at Zoe's Kitchen in North Hills will raise money for Postpartum Education and Support, a local nonprofit that supports local moms.

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Sarah Lindenfeld Hall
Just wanted to share that Zoe's Kitchen at Raleigh's North Hills will host "Squash the Stigma," a benefit for Postpartum Education and Support, a Triangle-based nonprofit dedicated to the emotional wellness of moms.

Zoe's, at 141-112 Park at North Hills St., will donate 15 percent of sales by customers who mention Postpartum Education and Support while ordering their meals from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. March 15. There also will be some raffle drawings for prizes such as a Tweetsie Railroad family ticket package, Itsy Bitsy Baby Spa gift certificates and Triangle Rock Club climbing lessons. The drawing takes place at 8:30 p.m. that night.

Postpartum Education and Support is a great local resource for moms. It offers support for mothers and their families, including weekly peer-led support group meetings, and resources for healthcare providers. The group also is working to raise public awarness of perinatal mood disorders such as postpartum depression or anxiety.

Click here for more information about what the group offers.

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