Save a Mother this Holiday Season
Support Saving Mothers this holiday season by selecting gifts that give back
Mommy Matters is about creating effective, comfortable, postpartum, and pregnancy products for women. Proceeds go to Saving Mothers, to reduce maternal mortality and to help mothers thrive around the globe through our low-cost, high-impact interventions and sustainable model here at Saving Mothers. Use the promo codes below when shopping this holiday season!
For Panty: SAVINGMOM10
For Pillow: SAVINGMOM15
Jewelry designer Brett Lauren not only makes beautiful pieces, but employs women from a local homeless shelter in New Jersey as part of an incubator program to help them get back on their feet.
From now until December 31st, use code SM2019, and 15% of your total purchase will be donated to Saving Mothers! Visit their website to purchase the official Saving Mothers bracelets for you or someone special to support mothers around the world!
In case you missed it, Saving Mothers partnered with Layton, a women-owned business company. They are a fashionable breastfeeding clothing line and are committed to supporting mothers around the globe. This holiday season, 10% of all Layton’s sales from October 1st - Dec 31st will go to Saving Mothers. Visit their website to hear an exclusive interview with our founder Dr. Taraneh Shirazian.
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At a cost of only $15, remarkably each kit contains everything that even the most minimally skilled birth attendants need to ensure safe deliveries outside of the hospital setting. Click the link below to see what is included in each Birthkit.
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Women in developing nations are 43 times more likely to die during childbirth.
Countless numbers of preventable maternal deaths due to simple complications or unsanitary conditions. And too many newborns left without a mother.
Up to 90% of women in low-resource settings still deliver outside of a hospital setting.
Up to 73% of global maternal deaths are from preventable obstetric causes, leading 830 women to die everyday from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth
On average, one woman or girl dies due to complications from childbirth every two minutes. 75% of these deaths could be prevented with access to low-cost basic sexual and reproductive healthcare.