Baby Wearing International
Babywearing International Inc. is a nonprofit organization whose mission in to promote babywearing as a universally accepted practice, with benefits for both child and caregiver, through education and support.
La Leche League of Omaha
Our Mission is to help mothers worldwide to breastfeed through mother-to-mother support, encouragement, information, and education, and to promote a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of the baby and mother.
Quiet Light Foundation
Quiet Light Foundation has a core vision of being the leading support system for high risk mothers and families with premature and special needs children before, during and after their time spent in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. We are passionate about being a primary resource of education and advocacy for healthy outcomes during high risk pregnancies and premature births
Women’s Center for Advancement
The Women’s Center for Advancement is dedicated to providing critical help at critical times. Our mission is to help women and their families Stay Safe…Grow Strong. Offering resources, classes and support for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. We recognize that we must step outside-the-box to garner world-class solutions to understand tough issues and changing needs of our communities and to foster innovative partnerships to enhance our ability to serve clients.
“HEALing Embrace is a designated fund that seeks to help families who have suffered the loss of a baby through pregnancy or infant loss. An estimated one in four women will experience a miscarriage, and each day 71 mothers give birth to a sleeping baby. In addition to the normal expenses of birth, bereaved families face expenses for funeral services and grief counseling, and may require in-home postpartum assistance. HEALing Embrace helps families with financial burdens so they can focus on healing, not the stress of unexpected bills. An additional goal of HEALing Embrace is to raise awareness regarding pregnancy and infant loss, as well as introduce peers in our community who can support each other as they continue to grieve and heal. Ultimately, we strive to make those who have lost the newest members of their family feel validated and understood during the most difficult journey they will ever have to walk.”
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