Positive Birth Movement - Help us grow stronger

To help the Positive Birth Movement to get necessary administrative support to grow and sustain our vital work with pregnant women

We did it!

On 5th Nov 2017 we successfully raised £4,020 of £3,000 target with 199 supporters in 28 days

New stretch target

We have asked for a minimum amount of money, which we will do what we can with to make PBM stronger. We would love to exceed that amount and be able to pay for some of Milli and the team  to apply for funding which will help the movement grow. This additional funding would allow us to pay our team to give their time to seeking the necessary funds to really progress the work of PBM. 

About Positive Birth Movement

Positive Birth Movement is a global network of free to attend antenatal groups, linked up by social media. We connect pregnant women together to share stories, expertise and positivity about childbirth. We aim to challenge the epidemic of negativity and fear that surrounds modern birth, and help change birth for the better.fd0687e03bc1a0f676bdf0c09cdf6d43a3cca56b

Our Reach

We currently have 250 groups in the UK and over 200 in the rest of the world. We have groups in 36 countries. 

Set up in 2013 by Milli Hill, author of The Positive Birth Book and birth expert columnist for the Telegraph, The Positive Birth Movement has run from vast amounts of in-kind support and unpaid passion. 

Our Needs 

We have now reached a stage where we need to address the administrative needs of the Movement, seek some advise on constitution and funding possibilities. We need to spend some time strengthening our background structure, how we legally constitute ourselves and how we can ask grant providers and trusts for our future financial needs.  We are asking for support towards the costs of paying for Milli and a Development Consultant to help sustain and grow the Positive Birth Movement so that we can continue to deliver this fantastic work. We are asking you to fund 6 months of development activity. With this support we hope to be able to ensure that the PBM can keep functioning, without draining the energy and goodwill of its core team. 


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