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In addition to individual donations, we rely on a diverse pool of funding including support from donor-advised funds, foundations and giving circles, corporate and employee giving, and more. If you would like to invest in improving the quality of maternal and infant health in our state through any of these funding streams, please contact us if the form below does not meet your needs.
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How Your Support for Quality Care Makes A Difference
Our work is more vital than ever, given worsening national trends in maternal health. From 2018 to 2021, total maternal deaths nearly doubled in the United States, and already startling racial disparities worsened: the Black maternal mortality rate nearly doubled, with Black pregnant women experiencing a mortality rate nearly three times higher than their white peers. While Hispanic birthing people previously had a lower maternal mortality rate than white women in 2019, the mortality rate among Hispanic mothers increased significantly during the pandemic.
In Colorado, suicide and unintentional drug overdose are the leading causes of pregnancy-associated deaths. Nearly 80% of these aptly-named deaths of despair are preventable. On top of this overwhelming statistic, roughly 1 in 10 birthing people report experiencing postpartum depressive symptoms after their baby is born.
By leading change in the clinical setting, within our community, and across systems, CPCQC is working toward a future where all of Colorado’s pregnant and postpartum people have equitable access to care, safer birth experiences, and the support of their community and peers.
CPCQC is leading change in the clinical setting, within our community, and through policy and advocacy efforts. We are working toward a future where all of Colorado’s pregnant and postpartum people have equitable access to care, safer birth experiences, and the support of their community and peers.
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This work would not be possible without the generosity of our community and partners across the state. As a 501c3 nonprofit, we rely on government and foundation grants, individual donors, and corporate giving to fund this critical work. With adequate funding, we are able to provide greater access to equitable care, improve the health and wellbeing of parents and their babies, and ultimately, save lives.
Contact us to support statewide quality care improvements in maternal and infant health.