Global Action in Nursing (GAIN) Project

$32,670
65%
Raised toward our $50,000 Goal
224 Donors
76
days left
Project ends on March 01, at 11:59 PM PST
Project Owners

You brought GAIN half-way to its fundraising goal!

November 29, 2018

Thanks to you, we are half-way to reaching our $50,000 crowdfunding goal! We continue to raise funds towards the expansion of our midwifery training program in Malawi and Sierra Leone.

 

We are grateful for this showing of support from our Advisory Council, closest friends, and family. We are also moved by the meaningful gifts we have received from brand new supporters, who learned about the GAIN project and immediately wanted to make a donation to provide safe childbirth to mothers at risk.

 

Part of the power of Giving Tuesday and collective giving efforts is that you can share with friends and family the causes that are important to you. Please let your friends and family know about your generous action to support GAIN, and inspire them too!

https://crowdfund.ucsf.edu/gain

 

Our sincere thanks,

The GAIN project & UCSF School of Nursing

Thank you Hubbards!

November 27, 2018

Thank you to Hayley and Tyler for giving love and support to the GAIN project from the beginning. Today, on Giving Tuesday, your friends, family, and fans have been so generous too! We are honored to help expand the base of people who want to see GAIN expand in Malawi and Sierra Leone.

 

https://www.instagram.com/hayley_hubbard/?hl=en

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$5

5

5 days of maternity care for 5 mothers and their babies

$10

10

Transportation for an expert mentor to visit a remote health facility

$25

25

Safe childbirth guidelines/textbook for 4 nurse-midwives

$50

50

Pregnancy dating wheels for 10 nurse-midwives

$100

100

Materials for projects that improve safety in the maternity ward

$250

250

Simulation kits to practice childbirth skills on model mother and baby doll

$500

500

Anti-shock garment used to stop mother from hemorrhaging

$1,000

1000

10 days of bedside mentoring by an expert nurse midwife