Homeland Heart Collective focuses on the needs and wellness of women and infants of color in a way that the current U.S. healthcare system does now. We believe quality care by wellness and healthcare professionals of color can and will improve overall care of women and their families.
We exist to change the narrative, but we can't do that without your support. Consider supporting our efforts to improve health outcomes for black women, children, and families:
1610 Porter Rd, Suite 200
Nashville, TN 37206
Donate funds to Homeland Heart
An opportunity to help bridge the gap between the services and supplies we can offer, and the women and infants of color who need them both. Your contribution directly helps us carry out our mission in a variety of ways, including:
Education and trainings for birthworkers of color
Essential items for families of color in need
Emergency funds for the women we serve to ensure there is no interruption of care
Advocacy efforts to help raise awareness of staggering health disparity
Technological platforms and services to facilitate virtual programs and trainings
Sponsor specific work
An opportunity to provide women of color with the physical essentials they need to take care of themselves and their infants, such as diapers, bassinets, etc. (At this time, for health and safety, we are only accepting new, unopened, and unused items)
Sponsor a birthworker of color
An opportunity to cover the full education and training costs (including books and training) for a birthworker, such as a doula who will work directly with women and infants of color. Your donation helps ensure the presence of trained, qualified, and certified professionals of color can engage with and serve the community of color.
Sponsor a training
An opportunity to cover the costs for 1 virtual training for 20 birthworkers of color (including necessary supplies and books). Your donation helps ensure that we continue to have trainings opportunities for birthworkers of color to learn, gain new skills, and grow in the safe environment, with the unique and often misunderstood focus on care for women and infants of color.