We are excited to share that our new mission is to decrease the negative impact of pregnancy and infant loss in the community through support programs, education, and advocacy particularly in minority communities. Thank you for your patience as we undergo a website revamp.
Angel Mamas is an online support group through Tiny Hearts Remembered. This community welcomes you with open arms to share your stories, emotions, videos, pictures, etc with women who are navigating through this pregnancy and infant loss journey along with you.
Topic based monthly support group sessions are scheduled every 2nd Tuesday of the month. The group session takes place on the Zoom platform for privacy. Group sessions will not be recorded. Participants are allowed to sign up for the group session they are interested in.
This program allows Angel moms to openly share their stories on various Tiny Hearts Remembered, Inc. platforms. Angel moms may submit a written story with a photo to firstname.lastname@example.org or request an interview style (Zoom, FB Live, IG Live) option.
This program allocates funds to angel mothers who are experiencing financial hardship due to their pregnancy or infant loss. **At the moment, this program is not active. Please be sure to sign up to receive email updates for when the applications open up. You may donate to the organization to help with raising funds for the launch of this program.**
This program provides planned events of pregnancy and infant loss survivors, their families, and members of the PAIL community to attend and participate in virtually and in person (following COVID-19 regulations). They will be able to build relationships and form bonds through events.
This program recognizes the angels who are no longer here and brings comfort to the mothers and families while spreading awareness of Pregnancy and Infant Loss. This will be implemented through various way such as, receiving special holidays/anniversary cards, PAIL boxes, and MORE!
To build on the efforts, Congresswoman Lauren Underwood, Congresswoman Alma Adams, Senator Cory Booker, and members of the Black Maternal Health Caucus are introducing the Black Maternal Health Momnibus Act of 2021. The Black Maternal Health Momnibus builds on existing legislation to comprehensively address every dimension of the maternal health crisis in America.