Hospital Donations

Happiest Baby donates SNOO and other products to qualifying hospitals and non-profits to support clinicians and families.

$1,000,000+ Happiest Baby Products Donated

100+ Hospital & Non-Profit
 Donation Recipients

Supporting Families and Communities

The Happiest Baby Donation Program provides SNOOs to qualifying hospitals and community-based non-profits delivering care to newborns and their families. If your organization could benefit from SNOO, please email to learn more.

In the News

April 5, 2023

What New Parents Need To Know About the SNOO’s FDA Approval

Since it came out, the SNOO bassinet has been a conversation starter. Now, the U.S. FDA has approved the SNOO as a medical device. Needless to say, the SNOO is once again a topic of debate.

April 3, 2023

SNOO is Granted FDA De Novo Approval for Keeping Sleeping Babies Safely Positioned on the Back

Breaking News: SNOO has been granted De Novo Approval by the FDA as a medical device. SNOO is the first and only device authorized by the FDA for its ability to keep sleeping babies safely on their backs.

April 3, 2023

SNOO Gets FDA Approval for Keeping Sleeping Babies on their Backs

Almost two-thirds of SIDS/SUID fatalities occur when a baby is not safely sleeping on their back. SNOO, when used with the SNOO Sleep Sack, ensures safe positioning for sleeping infants by preventing them from rolling to a stomach-sleeping position.

April 3, 2023

Here's What the SNOO's FDA De Novo Approval Means

The FDA distinction is one that is years in the making, starting in 2020 when the FDA accepted the SNOO into its Breakthrough Devices program, recognizing its potential to save lives.

DECEMBER 8, 2022

The Robo-Cot with a Heart

Since launch, our goal has been to get SNOOs in the hands of as many parents as possible. We worked hard to increase accessibility and have donated many, many SNOOs to hospitals, non-profits, clinics, and shelters– before, during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

MAY 7, 2021

Jefferson Washington Township Hospital Receives Donation of Sleepea Swaddles for NICU

The Jefferson Washington Township Hospital NICU received a donated supply of Sleepea swaddles. SNOOs and Sleepea swaddles have also been donated to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia and Abington Hospital – Jefferson Health.

MAY 4, 2021

This High-Tech Bassinet Helped Hospital Maternity Wards Survive the Pandemic

We're honored to announce that our SNOO Hospital Donation Program won Fast Company’s 2021 World Changing Ideas Award! We are so very proud to help hospitals across America and their wonderful staff care for their littlest patients.

FEBRUARY 13, 2021

The SNOO Responsive Bassinet Saves Infant Lives—In and Out of the Hospital

While the smart bassinet is largely known as an at-home item used in the first months of a baby’s life, it has become a critical tool for hospitals—particularly at understaffed maternity wards where nurses and doctors continue to be hit by record numbers of COVID-19 cases.

APRIL 14, 2020

How a Popular Baby Brand is Helping Hospitals and New Moms

As coronavirus patients overwhelmed healthcare facilities in the U.S., maternity wards were finding themselves short-staffed. So Dr. Karp, Ms. Walsh, and their team began a program donating SNOOs to hospitals in highly challenged areas such as Seattle, New York City, and New Orleans.

JANUARY 17, 2019

High-Tech Cribs Help Jefferson Nurses Soothe Babies as They Withdraw from Opioids

Introduced about 19 months ago at the request of a neonatologist, SNOO quickly won nurses over. It has become an indispensable tool at Jefferson Washington Township Hospital, not just for babies in withdrawal from substances, but also for preemies and generally cranky fussbudgets.

JULY 14, 2018

Kentucky Hospital Using High-Tech Sleeper for Babies Born Drug Addicted

In addition to traditional treatments, doctors and nurses at Kentucky Children's Hospital are using SNOO to care for the hospital's tiniest, most vulnerable patients: babies born drug dependent and going through withdrawal, a growing problem in Kentucky.

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