Community Partners and Supporters

Pacifica Family Fund partners with organizations who share common goals of our mission. If you are interested in becoming a PFF partner please email pacificafamilyfund at gmail.com

 

 

Oakland Better Birth Foundation

Our focus is to provide services to the Oakland East Bay Community and opportunities which will reduce the infant and maternal mortality rates in our community! We hold as precious the right of woman to birth with the provider of her choice, be that in a hospital or birthing center or at home!


East Bay Lactation Associates

Provides non-judgmental problem-solving support to help mothers and families achieve successful, easy and satisfying relationships with their babies.


Women, infants and children (WIC) Marin

Our Mission: is to safeguard the health of low-income women, infants, and children up to age 5 who are at nutrition risk by providing nutritious foods to supplement diets, information on healthy eating, and referrals to health care.

The Goal of the Program: is to decrease the risk of poor birth outcomes and to improve the health of participants during critical times of growth and development. To meet this goal, WIC provides nutrition education, breastfeeding promotion, community resources, healthcare referrals, and specific supplemental nutritious foods which are high in protein and/or iron.


East Bay Integrative Pregnancy Project

The East Bay Integrative Pregnancy Project works in partnership with the birth community to empower underserved pregnant individuals to take control of their health care by providing integrative medicine treatments, health education, and a supportive community.

Alameda county has one of the highest risks of low birth weight and infant mortality in California. We offer a community center that provides acupuncture and nutritional classes to pregnant and postpartum individuals to help build a stronger and healthier future for communities and families in need. We believe that every person should have access to holistic prenatal care and that acupuncture and nutritional counseling should not be a luxury. Our goal is to ensure accessibility to complimentary medicine for people who lack the economic means. By providing ongoing and consistent emotional support for underserved pregnant individuals, we help build a community for people and their families and increase the awareness about complimentary and integrative medicine.