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Causes: Adoption, Children & Youth, Counseling, Family Services for Adolescent Parents, Mental Health

Mission: Changing the Face of Adoption, Supporting Families, Honoring Motherhood, Cherishing Life, Loving KidsBirth Mom Missions is a nonprofit organization created and managed by actual birth mothers of adoption.
 We provide a much needed service to women who have placed their child for adoption. There is also an overlooked service to single pregnant woman (one that is pro-life and not on board with an adoption agency)  No matter what the result of a woman''s adoption decision or her opinion on it today, this is meant to be a place for her to come and know that she is loved and has a special place in our hearts.
The mission touches the lives of those adopted, adoptive parents, hopeful adoptive parents, pregnant woman at risk, and the unborn and other parts of society in ways yet to be seen.

A mother''s love is patient and forgiving when all others are forsaking,it never fails or falters, even though the heart is breaking.

Results: Changing the Face of Adoption, Supporting Families, Honoring Motherhood, Cherishing Life, Loving Kids We have saved many lives from abortion. And we have found a community of women who share similar experiences and are able to process and grieve the loss of adoption. Made many adoptive children aware they are loved by their first mother.

Target demographics: The mission touches the lives of those adopted, adoptive parents, hopeful adoptive parents, pregnant woman at risk, and the unborn and other parts of society in ways yet to be seen. (Options to birthmom: lifemom, firstmom, tummymom, etc...In actuality most birth moms of adoption don't really care what they are called by the adoptive family and others....as long as they are called.)

Direct beneficiaries per year: 1,000

Geographic areas served: Everywhere


for the birth moms, life moms, belly moms, whatever moms! Go to the private network link.

For all the Birth Mother's of Adop­tion out there...  You are loved!

With 2.2 Mil­lion adoptees in the world, and 87% from America...there are a lot of us out there!
Hey Birth Moms! Check out and join Birth Mom Missions!

It is dif­fi­cult to gen­er­al­ize about the feel­ings or expe­ri­ences of all birth par­ents. Each has faced a unique expe­ri­ence and coped in his or her own way. A num­ber of birth par­ents have writ­ten per­sonal accounts of their expe­ri­ences in plac­ing their chil­dren for adop­tion; there are also a few research stud­ies of the expe­ri­ences of birth par­ents and the emo­tions that often linger long after the adop­tion. Cer­tain themes emerge in both types of lit­er­a­ture, includ­ing themes of loss, guilt, and res­o­lu­tion. As a frame­work for this dis­cus­sion, this fact­sheet explores the expe­ri­ences of birth par­ents by explor­ing some of these themes:

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Birth Mom Missions is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (c)(3), non-profit corporation.  We hold ourselves accountable to donors, supporters, churches and foundations to use the resources they contribute wisely, responsibly and in service of our mission.


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1 Story from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

2 Wesley D. H.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Nothing but great things to say about Birth Mom Missions. I'm an adoption attorney with 19 years in practice, adoptive father, younger brother to an adopted sister, extended family to a woman who chose abortion over adoption, and friend to many birth mothers and birth fathers. I'm a proponent of adoption. I'm a proponent of birth father rights. As of this morning, assisting in court with the adoption of a sibling group of four (triplets plus one), I've been involved with 1,013 adoptions. I have seen personally and professionally the great joy and happiness that accompanies adoption. Conversely, I've also witnessed the pain, heartache, grieving, and the healing of birth parents as they travel the difficult but rewarding road of adoption. I've seen many Facebook groups and non-profit organizations dedicated to adoption, and birth mother related issues. I'm particularly impressed with Birth Mom Missions. High praise for the tremendous grace and professionalism with which BMM endeavors to accomplish it's mission to serve the needs of all those involved with the adoption process. I've "lurked" on the sidelines for some time, observing the communications funneled through BMM, and only recently become more directly involved. I could no longer stand idly by and not give BMM the recognition it deserves for addressing difficult issues head on. I could no longer consider myself a "good man" in any sense if I continued to remain silent. Edmund Burke's famous quote: "All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men [or women] to do nothing." I could do nothing no longer. Those who would oppose BMM in the pursuit of its honorable mission, while not overtly evil, and though otherwise well-meaning, misguided, and misinformed, should reconsider their motives, methods, and agenda. My faith in humanity is fortified knowing that organizations like Birth Mom Missions exist, and that they soldier on through all forms of adversity. Keep up the great work!

1 TheBirthMom


Rating: 5

I love how we get a great variety of perspectives on the page. All 3 admins of page have such different stories and lives to share.

What I like most about the mission, is that we get the reality of birth mom's lives. None of us have exactly the same experience, but all of us have that same common bond I don't know how to describe...(just knowing what it means to place a child for adoption, I guess) That's something that few people will ever understand or experience in life.

I want to thank the 1 or 2 birthmoms that really keep the mission running. You do so much, and we all appreciate it! We each have such different experiences and lives post adoption, I think it helps a lot to see there is hope for the future (does for me at least). And my experience is just getting started, so it will be a interesting journey. I hope everyone feels represented or heard in some way on the page.

I value their experience. This mission means so much to me and I am truly so thankful to have it. That goes for the entire page too!

Thank you for everything.