Nationwide Gift Box Donation Program
This program launched on January 1, 2021. We send donated gift boxes to nonprofits and organizations supporting moms in need all over the United States. We also have an open application process for people to nominate families who could use postpartum support from us. See the application link for that below.
Some of the organizations we donate boxes to include:
- Austin Diaper Bank -Austin, Texas
- Genesis Women’s Shelter -Dallas, Texas
- Jace’s Journey -Charlotte, North Carolina
- Bottoms Up Diaper Bank -Tuscaloosa, Alabama
- BeLoved Black Birth Centering -Oakland, California
- Birth Strides -Memphis, Tennessee
- Kindred Space LA -Los Angeles, California
- Hiya Baby -Leesburg, Virginia
- ITAV Foundation -Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- Tree of Life Miami -Miami, Florida
- Maternity Journey -Houston, Texas
- Mamas for Mamas -Kelowna, Kitchener, and Vancouver, Canada
Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you know of an organization that could use our support through donated boxes.
To nominate a mom in need who could use our help click here.
Sponsored Gift Box Donations:
Gift boxes can now be donated on your behalf to the organization of your choice!
- For a set donation, we will send a gift box a month for a year to an organization helping mamas in your area.
- If you, or your company is interested in participating in this program, please send an email to email@example.com.
Thank you for choosing to spread kindness and love in your community with In Kind Boxes.
Chicago, Illinois: Chicago Birthworks Collective, sponsored by a private donor.
Chicago Birthworks Collective is a full service Birth and Postpartum doula collective providing culturally centered reproductive health support to Black families across the Chicago area, including comprehensive birth and postpartum doula support, pregnancy and birth education plus an array of pampering mom and baby services. Our mission is simple: providing the birth and postpartum support we know Black families deserve and desire for an empowered, educated and enjoyable reproductive journey.
Seattle, Washington: Babies of Homelessness sponsored by a private donor.
Babies of Homelessness is a nonprofit, cutting through accessibility barriers, and providing diapers and basics, free of charge, to partner agencies and families facing homelessness in urban, rural and underserved communities.
Doula & Midwife gift box sponsorship
Click here to apply for this program to support families in need in your area.
Deadline to apply is November 1, 2o21.
2021 Doulas Sponsored by In Kind Boxes:
For 2021 In Kind is sponsoring two doulas to receive monthly gift boxes. We believe that doulas are very helpful for families, and we want to support the wonderful work they’re doing. We chose these two winners via an application process we shared about in October of 2020. We chose an applicant from Oregon, as well as one from Minnesota. Our first winner is Doula Kaytee. We are grateful for the work she does supporting families in need, and we want to support Black mamas wherever possible.
“I work with an organization that partners doulas with birthing parents on medical assistance who may not be able to afford the care they need from a doula. Sometimes we’re their only support person. I also try to do sliding scale for BIPOC clients for doula care and babywearing consults. Being Black myself, I know how important it is to have outside help that can advocate for you and care for you. I’ve experienced a lot of racism in healthcare and want to be able to be a voice for my parents who experience that.” -Doula Kaytee
Our second winner is local to us here in Oregon- Pacific Northwest Doulas. They are seeking to give back to the community, by working with mamas who are on the Oregon Health Plan.
“We have a large focus on families who have experienced loss, are pregnant after loss, have anxiety, and have medical trauma. We are also contracted as an OHP provider. he shift in our clientele is big- working with more people who just need to feel special and loved.” -Annie Willems