In Support of Save the Children's Newborn and Child Survival Campaign, Launches a Unique Fundraising Campaign to Benefit Save the Children

Share Article, the nation’s largest directory for natural childbirth professionals and natural pregnancy information, is pleased to announce the beginning of a fundraising campaign to benefit the nonprofit Save the Children.

On January 23, will launch a social media campaign to benefit Save the Children, the world's leading independent organization for children. The campaign supports Save the Children’s fundraising efforts to achieve immediate and lasting change in the lives of impoverished children in the United States and across the globe.

NaturallyBorn serves the natural childbirth community by connecting pregnant mothers with midwives, doulas, lactation consultants and childbirth educators. NaturallyBorn will donate $1 for every new review posted on its website until a fundraising goal is achieved.

According to Save the Children, almost 2/3 of the children under the age of 5 who die each year could be saved with the simple low-cost interventions delivered by health workers. The brutal truth is that thousands of children around the world die each day from preventable or treatable childhood diseases. These diseases include malaria (which costs just pennies to treat) and diarrhea (which can be treated for less than one dollar per child).

Co-founder Amy Phillips said, “Not one child should ever have to suffer or be denied access to medical care. Save the Children is highly respected, and they’re doing amazing, life-changing work on behalf of kids here and abroad. We are so proud to support their mission."

Helping to raise funds for food, water and medicine for impoverished children, NaturallyBorn will donate $1 for every review of a midwife, doula, breastfeeding or childbirth educator. NaturallyBorn’s website will also feature click-through links for direct donations to Save the Children.

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