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Miscarriage Matters Inc

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Causes: Health

Mission: Miscarriage Matters, Inc. is a 501(c)3 public charity offering global support to parents devastated by Miscarriage, and Stillbirth through programs that educate the public, inspire healing through service to others, and empower the hurting.

Target demographics: Parent's who are/have experienced a pregnancy loss through Miscarriage or Stillbirth

Direct beneficiaries per year: Per Year, we help over 150 parent's deal with the loss of their babies directly and support thousands of parents online via social media..

Geographic areas served: Worldwide - If you have internet connection, you will be able to receive support from Miscarriage Matters, Inc.

Programs: *Women of Empowerment Program (WOE)- We use a Big Sister/Little Sister approach to help you cope with your loss! *Miscarriage Matters 2 Men (MM2M) - Just like our WOE Program, we use a Big Brother/Little Brother approach to help you cope with your loss! *Live Chat - Located on our website *MM Radio - Listen directly on our website or download the Tune-In App to listen on the GO! *Marketing/Ambassadors - Spread Awareness about Pregnancy Loss in their community.

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Joy Pauline R.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

The great thing about this non-profit is that every single employee is a volunteer. In addition, each volunteer has directly experienced a personal tragedy from miscarriage or stillbirth. They know what they are talking about.

Krista G.1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I have been the Graphic design manager for Miscarriage Matters Inc,atters for the last Almost a year-and-a-half and in that time we have seen our team grow! I couldn't be more proud to be a part of this family!

Mary S.11

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I volunteer for this organization and they’ve been nothing but great! Feels good knowing I work for a place that’s doing good in this world.

Danielle T.1

Volunteer

Rating: 5

I am the mother to a stillborn baby boy. He was born at 18 weeks in Dec. 2010. Miscarriage Matters was not around at that time. I struggled as there were not many free support groups/organizations available. I didn't find MM until years later and that's when I knew I wanted to get involved...Not only has it helped me deal with my own loss, but it makes me know that I am doing good in my son's name and helping others!!

To all the moms and dads that are going through a loss, you are NOT alone! There is help out there for you!!