Accepting Donated Breast Milk for Africa

International Breast Milk Project is the only international milk bank in the world. Moms like you have donated over 67,000 bottles of safe donor milk to help orphaned, sick and hungry infants in South Africa and around the world.
And we make it simple. From the online application, to picking up the milk right from your doorstep, we make donating easy so you have one less thing to worry about.

We have partnered with Prolacta Bioscience to collect, screen and prepare the donor milk for shipment. Your donation helps by:
  1. Providing milk to orphaned, sick and hungry infants in South Africa
  2. Helping critically ill infants in neonatal intensive care units across the U.S.
  3. Providing our program with sustainability and support
  4. Helping us give grants to build capacity of milk banks in developing countries

Mothers Without Borders Vermont

 Mothers Without Borders Vermont It is getting to be that time of the year again- the 5th annual Mothers Without Borders Sew-A-Thon is just around the corner. We've made over 3,000 dresses to date!!!! We are looking for donations of lightweight fabric and new or gently used infant/youth t-shirts, sizes 12 months through youth XL. Monetary donations... to buy fabric and t-shirts will be happily accepted as well :)

Mothers Without Borders Vermont is dedicated to helping endangered and vulnerable children where ever they are in the world., (Facebook Administrator)

Location: 50 Mountain St Bristol, VT, 05443 Phone: 802 453-2376

You Saved Me

SALE: You Saved Me and Happily Ever After DVDs are now on sale for only
$15 each! Sale ends Saturday morning at 9AM EST. We'll ship on Saturday
so you can have yours for Thanksgiving when the family comes over. Host
your own screening! New Media Storefront


Local class option in Amherst, MA
Beth Anne Moonstone, Midwife, CPM, Director
Amherst, Massachusetts

This course includes 10 on-line distance education modules and 9 monthly workshops
The workshop will meet monthly from 10AM – 6PM one Saturday a month beginning March 12th

  • To provide a nourishing interactive learning environment for women to study holistic midwifery
  • To preserve the apprenticeship model of training and the age old tradition of woman to woman, mother to mother passage of knowledge
  • To allow women who cannot afford the growing cost of formal midwifery school and/or the time away from their children a route to study midwifery
Class outline for 2010:
  1. MARCH Life of a Midwife
  2. APRIL1st Trimester
  3. MAY 2nd & 3rd Trimester
  4. JUNE Anatomy for Midwives
  5. SEPTEMBER Normal Labor and Birth
  6. OCTOBER Newborn Assessment
  7. NOVEMBER Complications
  8. DECEMBER Alternative Presentation
  9. JANUARY Closing Ceremony & Graduation
Location: The home of Beth Anne Moonstone, 37 Thayer Street, Amherst, MA 01002

Doula Training

CAPPA labor doula training in Westford, Mass. Jan. 22-23! Become a certified doula in 2011! Take the first step by attending this awesome training. We remember our births our whole lives, help make that memory a positive one! More info at Traditions of Love Childbirth Services, LLC. Space is limited!

CAPPA Postpartum Doula Training

Saturday, November 20 at 9:00am - November 21 at 6:00pm, Doula Trish Eaves Licata
CAPPA Certified Postpartum Doulas are in High Demand. Join us for this intensive 2 day training and receive ongoing support throughout your cert process. Learn evidence based education, increase your salary and join the largest Doula/Educator Organization in the world!

We are truly the largest Doula and Educator Certification Organization in the world, and growing bigger by the day.
All of our programs are current and evidence based.
You will ALWAYS be able to reach us.
Ongoing support and communication is a key to our Doulas and Educators being successful.
Our philosophy supports and encourages women and growing families to be the best WE all can be.

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“Living in the Body" November 4-14, 2010

If you are in the Toronto area, you don't want to miss this amazing primal mothering art exhibit! Artist and mother, Amanda Greavette, creates life-size, large scale figure paintings of women, narrating stories of identity transformation and relationship shifts. Her subjects are often in the process of becoming mothers - pregnant, laboring, or fresh with a newborn. Greavette's decorative and richly painted backgrounds illustrate the beauty and intensity of this monumental life change and provide context for the experiences of the figures. In the paintings, the female body is both powerful and vulnerable, and the stories they tell are both real and fantastic.

Gallery 1313  1313 Queen St West. Toronto. Gallery Hours: Wed-Sun 1-6pm   Amanda Rose Greavette