The Jennifer Bush-Lawson Foundation serves economically vulnerable mothers and babies by increasing access to high-quality maternal and infant care. Our work carries on the legacy of Jenn Lawson, who was passionate about making available to all mothers the same level of care she received for her own complicated pregnancies.
As an extension of our work to support grant making that will increase economically vulnerable women’s access to better care, we recognize that there is are gaps in access to affordable baby and post natal supplies. So in the midst of the global pandemic, we launched two new projects that will allow us to support new families as they bring babies home under unprecedented circumstances.
Our Nursery Project Program aims to supply economically vulnerable moms with basic infant supplies such as safe sleep areas.
Our Feeding Families Program provides 2 cooked meals to more than 30 families each week who will have a new baby at home.