Hear The Cry is helping us start our MamaBaby midwifery school program (starting fall 2016). Hear The Cry exists to bring compassion and justice into areas of brokenness around the world. The word compassion combines two Latin words meaning “to suffer with”. Having compassion includes this idea of being with the hurting. 

Healing Hands helped us raise the money through a matching grant, for an ambulance and our solar panel project. The dōTERRA Healing Hands Foundation™ is dōTERRA International’s registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to improving lives through partnering with organizations that offer hope to millions around the world. Healing Hands seeks to bring healing and hope to the world, for lives free of disease and poverty, and to ultimately empower impoverished communities with the tools needed to become self-reliant. dōTERRA International, LLC provides for all overhead and administrative costs of the dōTERRA Healing Hands Foundation, ensuring that 100 percent of all donations go directly to those receiving aid.

Native is a Texas based company who donated their time to install solar panels on top of our birth center. Established in 2007, the NATiVE team has been at the forefront in providing green products and services to help make Texas the leader in renewable energy and sustainability. Comprised of a group of intelligent, forward-thinking, versatile, and compassionate Texans, the NATiVE team understands the inherent requirement for something to be sustainable.

 

CED Greentech donated over $7000 worth of product in order to bring consistent power to our clinic. CED Greentech is a division of Consolidated Electrical Distributors Inc., one of the largest electrical product wholesale distributors in the country. As a full service wholesale distributor of Solar, Electrical and Renewable energy products, they are committed to providing superior service and support.

 

Hands Up for Haiti is a medical humanitarian organization that is committed to improving the quality and sustainability of health care in Northern Haiti.

 

Vitamin Angels helps at-risk populations in need – specifically pregnant women, new mothers, and children under five - gain access to lifesaving and life changing vitamins and minerals. The organization is collaborating with a network of more than 700 NGO partners - including MamaBaby Haiti- in a global effort to end undernutrition. 

We are excited to have Starcycle in Lake Oswego and Cedar Mill (Portland, OR) Partner with us for MamaBaby Haiti Mondays! The first Monday of each month, they will be donating all the childcare money brought in that day to MamaBaby Haiti!