COVID-19 PANDEMIC RESOURCES AND SUPPORT
We’ve created educational and support resources, including a COVID-19 Fund, for women preparing for childbirth and families caring for a newborn during this time.
We've created valuable resources and support for women preparing for childbirth or caring for a new born during this crucial time.
Access and share COVID-19 resources and tools
Mobilize your network and step up for moms and babies
SHARE YOUR STORY
Give voice to honest stories of pregnancy, parenting and loss
Support the urgent need for COVID-19 research, advocacy, education, support and resources
HEALTHY MOMS STRONG BABIES WEBINAR SERIES
Each week on Facebook Live, hear the latest COVID-19 health information and have your questions answered by top maternal and infant health experts. Webinar topics include pregnancy during COVID-19, tips to relieve stress, and bringing home a newborn, among others.Watch PAST EVENTS
STAY IN-THE-KNOW ON COVID-19
2020 COVID-19 FUND RESEARCH
To meet the urgent need for COVID-19 specific research in maternal-child health, we are supporting investigations into ways to protect and care for women preparing for childbirth, the families caring for a newborn, and healthcare providers in a pandemic climate.
COVID-19 MATERNAL AND INFANT HEALTH RESEARCH REGISTRIES
Research is critical to tracking the impact of COVID-19 on maternal and infant health. Learn more about the global research registries that are tracking the data to ensure the health of moms and babies.
Give to the Mom and Baby COVID-19 Intervention and Support Fund to protect moms, babies and families from COVID-19 and the unknown future effects of the virus.Donate
Learn about virtual and at-home volunteer opportunities, including sharing supplies with those in need and providing meals and gratitude gifts to the health care providers serving us during this crisis.
Join #MarchForBabies virtual walk and Step Up for the health of all moms and babies.
Learn about our work to persuade policymakers to include the needs of moms and babies in their response to COVID-19. Join our Advocacy Action Center to help.