Do you live in Davis County and wish that My Family Birth Center was a little closer? We have some good news for you.
We are expanding and will be opening a birth center in Layton on Antelope Drive! The new location will cover all of Davis County and is set to open in July. If you would like to help us get our new location up and running, keep reading to find out how you can help.
How You Can Help
If you’ve read our previous blog post and donated to the Natural Birth Fund, you may have noticed a prompt that asks if you'd like to donate to the Natural Birth Fund or the New Birth Center Fund. Curiosity may have led you to discover our plans to open a second location.
We are currently taking donations to help get our new birth center up and running, and your help could go a long way in making that happen.
To donate, please follow this link and choose the option you would like to contribute to. You can also split the payment equally to donate to each fund. If you are unable to donate, please share this blog post to spread the word. Donating to a cause like ours can benefit our prospective clients as well as our donors since they can use their contribution as a tax deduction. Be sure to pass along this information to parents and grandparents as well. We appreciate every donation and thank you for your support.
Our primary goal of the birth center is to help give low-risk pregnant women a safe and comforting space to give birth naturally while ensuring the safety of the mother and baby.
Our goal for expanding is to extend our reach as midwives and birth workers to cover a larger area and connect with as many women as possible while relieving some of the strain on local hospitals. Your donation toward the New Birth Center fund will help us build more birth centers in a shorter period of time.
To learn more about our new Layton location, contact us today!
Dakota Collins is a freelance writer and stay-at-home mother of two precious little girls who is passionate about freedom in pregnancy and childbirth.
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