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Welcome to The Perfect Push Foundation

The Perfect Push Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization 
focused on spreading awareness and addressing the maternal and child health crisis affecting women and communities of color, in the United States and around the world.

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MATERNAL MORBIDITY & MORTALITY

The Perfect Push Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization 
focused on spreading awareness and addressing the maternal and child health crisis affecting women and communities of color, in the United States and around the world.

94%

PREVENTABLE DEATHS

The vast majority of these deaths (94%) occurred in low-resource settings, and most could have been prevented.

2X

BLACK BABIES

Black babies are 2x more likely to die before their first birthday as compared to white babies.

22.8%

LACK OF REPRESENTATION

Only 22.8% of Ob/Gyns identify racially or ethnically as something other than “White/Caucasian”

OUR VALUES

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HUMANITY

Healthcare is a fundamental human right.

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EDUCATION

Knowledge is power.

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ACCOUNTABILITY

Ase ani? Manje ubani? If not you, then who?

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RESOURCEFULNESS

Healthcare is a fundamental human right.

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HUMANITY

Healthcare is a fundamental human right.

OUR WHY

The Perfect Push Foundation partners with local maternal-child health organizations and social services to promote and protect sustainable solutions that address maternal and infant morbidity and mortality in communities of color around the globe.

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YOUR HELP EMPOWERS US

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To spread awareness of, and address, the maternal and child health crisis affecting women

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To advance the cause of equal access to quality healthcare throughout pregnancy, childbirth and beyond

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To partner with local maternal-child health organizations and social services

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To promote and protect sustainable solutions that address maternal and infant morbidity and mortality