Treylind Jackson Memorial Doula Fund
I have always been inspired by the strength of our bodies and our ancestors before us. This is why I pursued birth work.
Every birthing body deserves to feel empowered and educated when it comes their options during pregnancy
and supported in an birth environment that they feel safe and brave in. They deserve the space to trust the strength of their bodies during this time. I’m here to provide unbiased information and emotional support with your help . The contributions to this fund will be dedicated to offsetting or in some cases relieving the financial burden of hiring a doula. If you would like to help provide support to marginalized and at risk families please click the link below. If you have questions, would like to nominate a parent to be, or need a sliding scale please send me a love note and we can connect. You do not need to be located on the island of Oahu to benefit from the fund, virtual support is also available.
*This fund is named in honor of Treylind Jackson McDavid.
*Equity refers to the proportional representation by race, class, and/or gender. African American
Womxn are 3-4x more likely to die in childbirth than white womxn. Infant mortality rate in the United States is highest among African Americans.