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During this difficult time, the people we support are finding themselves isolated more than ever.

Help us to continue providing vital support to vulnerable pregnant women and new mums and everyone struggling with their mental health.

 

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Where your money goes

Supporting vulnerable and isolated pregnant women and new mums

Bethel Doula Service supports some of the most vulnerable, isolated and destitute pregnant women in Birmingham. The women we help range in background from vulnerable teenage mums and women escaping abusive situations, to asylum seekers and refugees.​

These women have nothing at all to welcome their new babies into this world; no nappies, no baby-grows, no blankets, no towels, no toys… nothing at all. For themselves, they have no sanitary towels, no toiletries, nothing… not even toothpaste. Many also go through hours of childbirth alone. No partner, no family, and no friends to hold their hand and let them know they’ll be OK.

Emergency baby packs

Every time you make a £10 donation, Bethel Doula Service is able to put together an Emergency Maternity Pack for an expectant vulnerable mother; filled with baby-wear and necessary toiletries and other items.

An Emergency Maternity Pack helps the mums we support to give birth to their babies knowing that at least they’ll have a few of the most essential items.

Supporting mental health

Our Rapha Service provides a listening ear for those who are experiencing a difficult time in their lives and are suffering low-level mental health problems. Our trained volunteers are able to sincerely listen to those who need to talk without fear of judgement.

Training volunteers

Your donation will not only help to purchase essentials for our vulnerable women and their babies but will also help to cover the expenses and training of our volunteers for both our Doula and Rapha service.