Three Little Birds Perinatal is proud to offer all the free resources we can, to all of our families! We also want you to know about the other non-profit organizations, as well as businesses and families, who donate their services to pregnancy and infant loss families in the tri-state area and beyond.
Founded in 2020, Kindred Beginnings was established to create a network of support resources for the family-building community. We aim to provide connection through personal coaching, support groups and by providing referrals to local and national resources.
The TEARS Foundation seeks to compassionately lift a financial burden from families who have lost a child by providing funds to assist with the cost of burial or cremation services. We also offer parents comprehensive bereavement care in the form of grief support groups and peer companions.
Noelle's Light delivers financial support to distressed families that are receiving treatment and care following a life-threatening fetal diagnosis. Our efforts are dedicated to uplifting families during their time of need.
Today is a Good Day provides personal and financial support for families who experience the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). We deliver the mission of Today is a Good Day through three main programs, delivering care packages for families in the NICU, hosting Navigate the NICU support sessions, and providing direct financial support for families.
Butterfly Basket’s mission is to support women and their partners and families enduring pregnancy challenges and baby loss. We coordinate with local hospitals to provide Butterfly Baskets with resources and self-care items to individuals and couples who have lost a baby or a pregnancy.
TLB families receive 25% off of their first visit/service from the following providers:
Fast Track to Health
Blue Haven Massage/bodywork Food Happy
The Hidden Spire
A Better Massage
Fixed by Heather
One Body Massage
Pitman Wellness Essentials
Start Healing Together is a group comprised of staff members from Eastern Regional High School. Some members have personally experienced infertility or pregnancy loss and others simply want to offer their support.