During the past month and a half, moms from around the world have been telling their stories--in turns inspiring, heartbreaking and uplifting--and strengthening a unique bond connecting women across state lines, continents and circumstances. We are mothers, fathers, children and advocates for change, and despite our differences, we all share a powerful connection: We envision a world where moms and babies can experience a safe and healthy pregnancy, childbirth and life.
Celebrities for Maternal Health
Watch Alanis Morissette, Gisele Bundchen and Alyson Hannigan discuss giving birth and Ricki Lake's eye-opening documentary, "The Business of Being Born." Copies of this incredible film will be given away during tomorrow's twitter party, the Baby Shower for Global Good. Read on after this short video for more info!
TOMORROW, Nov 8: Baby Shower for Global Good
BlogFrog will be co-hosting segments of BabyCenter's Baby Shower for Global Good, an 8-hour Tweetathon (kicking off on Good Morning America). Engage with women from around the world about important issues including vaccines, AIDS treatment, famine and health. Join us from 8-9 AM EST and 4-5 PM EST for a chance to win exciting prizes. Read more about this incredible event, and we'll see you tomorrow! Just follow #amillionmoms to join the conversation.
Every 'Like' = $1 for Maternal Health
Johnson & Johnson will give up to $100,000 to NGOs worldwide, donating $1 for every person that takes the pledge or 'Likes' MMC on the official Facebook page. With just a click of your mouse, you can help raise much-needed funds for this amazing cause.
Disclosure: I received this information through the BlogFrog Community.