The Jennifer Bush-Lawson Foundation is giving economically vulnerable pregnant women and their children renewed hope by increasing access to much-needed maternal and infant care and support. But we can only do that with the support of generous individuals and businesses in our community who see the impact that collective action can have.
Join our movement for moms and babies in need by supporting projects that include an innovative telemedicine pilot for low-income women with high-risk pregnancies, safe places to sleep for newborns of families in need, transportation vouchers to prenatal appointments, and an inaugural $25,000 Prize for Prenatal Innovation.
GET INVOLVED AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY!
Donate to the inaugural Prize for Prenatal Innovation to help uncover and support forward-thinking solutions that have the potential to improve access to prenatal care for low-income women in the greater Washington, DC area.
Corporate and major donor support allows JB-LF to continue helping economically vulnerable moms and babies while also researching and launching new initiatives. Contact us to find an opportunity that matches with your business and charitable priorities.
Donations by check should be sent to:
Jennifer Bush-Lawson Foundation
1069 West Broad St., #242
Falls Church, VA 22046
For other giving opportunities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (703) 462-2336.
Your generous contributions will enable us to make a difference in the lives of women and children in need. We thank you for your willingness to give!
Established in honor of Jennifer Lawson, who lost her life in 2014, the Jennifer Bush-Lawson Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, serves economically vulnerable mothers and infants by working to increase access to high-quality maternal and pediatric health care and support. Jennifer was a loving, dedicated mother of three, driven to advocacy after receiving high-quality care during her own complicated pregnancies. JB-LF seeks to embody her generous spirit by giving all mothers and newborns the means to thrive.