Pregnancy should be a joyous experience, but this is a false reality for many women around the world, including the United States. It is estimated that 700 to 900 new and expectant mothers die in the U.S. each year from pregnancy complications while an additional 60,000 women experience life-threatening postpartum complications. Pregnancy-related deaths can occur during pregnancy, at delivery, or up to a year after pregnancy (postpartum phase). It is estimated that 60% of these deaths are preventable.
Push is dedicated to improving maternal health outcomes by partnering with women and expectant families, before, during, and after pregnancy. The work we do and the support we render as community health workers, public health professionals, maternal care providers, and advocates, would not be possible without the generous support from individuals, organizations and community partners. The maternal mortality and morbiditypublic health crisis has been a growing concern over the past several years. The current climate [and pandemic] has exacerbated this issue. Now more than ever, women and moms-to-be are in need of effective care and partnership, in conjunction with action and a trusted support system.
We are gracious for your support of Push and the women, families, and communities that, through a partnership with Push, have a better chance of improved health, successful delivery, and postpartum recovery. Any support you can provide is greatly appreciated.
Donations made to this #StandingWithPush campaign assist with programs and operating expenses.
Push Birth Partners is a U.S. registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization.
EIN registration number: 85-0924351.
All contributions in support of Push are tax deductible as allowed by law.
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