$1251.25 raised in support of BIPOC Birthing Families!!

As a Birth Ambassador for the Nesting Doula Collective,
H&H has fundraised Thursdays from January 6th to March 10th, raising $1251.25!

Our fundraising efforts for the past 10 weeks go towards the online campaign, “It Takes a Village: 50 BIPOC Births in 2022“. The Nesting Doula Collective hopes to raise $50K for 50 births in 2022 as doula care is not supported by the medical system. Furthermore, the Collective provides their doula services at no-cost to families in order to decrease socioeconomic barriers to expectant BIPOC parents from receiving the care and support they need during a transformative period in their lives. 

The Nesting Doula Collective is a Vancouver island-based collective of birth workers who provide culturally affirming and anti-oppressive care to pregnant, birthing, and postpartum families who identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or people of colour (BIPOC). 

The collective’s fundraising is ongoing, please consider donating directly to the fundraiser directly, found HERE.

Did you know? 

Heart & Hands offers safe, drug-free and affordable care throughout your pregnancy journey, whether you are in the trying to conceive, managing the symptoms and discomforts during, preparing to give birth or needing post-partum support, we are the place! Find out more, Pokes for pregnancy: Community Acupuncture for happy, healthy mothers & babies.

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