We Are Back!

Did you hear the news?! We are back in person this year with our annual March for Moms event in DC!

Our signature event is a family-friendly day of powerful storytelling, advocacy, community, entertainment, and fun for the kiddos. We hope to see you there!

Pre-Register Here

Together we can improve the health and well-being of all mothers through advocacy and awareness.

Read our Statement on the Impact of Racism and Police Brutality on Maternal Health.

Our Mission

March For Moms aligns the diverse voices of families, healthcare providers, policymakers, and partners to advocate for mother’s and families’ health, well-being and equal access to care. Watch the following video to understand why this work is so important.

What we do

We March

Every year we hold a march on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. to bring together the diverse voices of everyone who supports the health and well-being of all mothers and their families

We Advocate

Year round we work hard with families, healthcare providers, and policymakers to advocate for life-saving improvements in healthcare practices and better access to maternal healthcare

We Raise Awareness

You can help us by sharing your stories and the stories of others – as well as sharing resources and information with your friends and family

Our Impact

What I love about March For Moms is the connections we make that continue after the event and the collaborative spirit which enables us to help moms across the nation. March For Moms brings together stakeholders, and thought leaders and survivors and puts them on a stage together to visibly advocate at our Nation’s Capital about the important issue of motherhood morbidity and mortality.
Marie McCausland

Raised in 2019

We also raised $119,471 in 2018 and $42,979 in 2017 through the generosity of over 200 organizations and individual donors.

Our mothers deserve better

The U.S. has the highest rate of mothers dying in pregnancy, childbirth, and within one year of giving birth than any other industrialized country. It continues to rise due to racial discrimination and a lack of access, information, and healthcare providers.


of pregnancy deaths

are preventable

1 in 6 women

Report feeling disrespected by healthcare providers during pregnancy

You can help us get the word out

The biggest reason we lose so many lives in pregnancy in the U.S. is a lack of awareness. You can help by educating your state and federal representatives, friends, and family on the issue of maternal death and how it can be prevented.

Not sure where to start? We can show you how.