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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.

MATERNAL MORBIDITY & MORTALITY

Women of color are up to 2.5x more likely to die from pregnancy-related issues compared to white women.

PREVENTABLE DEATHS

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

BLACK BABIES

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

LACK OF REPRESENTATION

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

Our Values

HUMANITY

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

Failure is not an option.

TEAMWORK

Teamwork

Combined efforts compound success.

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.

Maternal death rate among black women 2.5 times higher than white women, new report finds

Black women in the United States die during pregnancy or in the months after giving birth 2 1/2 times more often than white women and three times more often than Hispanic women, according to new data.

Maternal Mortality

Maternal mortality is unacceptably high. About 295,000 women died during and following pregnancy and childbirth in 2017. The vast majority of these deaths (94%) occurred in low-resource settings, and most could have been prevented.

Huge Racial Disparities Found in Deaths Linked to Pregnancy

African-American, Native American and Alaska Native women are about three times more likely to die from causes related to pregnancy, compared to white women in the United States.

YOUR HELP EMPOWERS US

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

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

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

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