Stella & Dot Foundation Now Partnering with Every Mother Counts

This week, social seller Stella & Dot re-launched its Stella & Dot Foundation in partnership with Every Mother Counts, a campaign dedicated to making pregnancy and childbirth safe for every mother. The foundation was created in 2010 to further the fashion and accessories brand’s mission of helping women style their own lives.

“We are committed to making a difference in women’s lives,” Stella & Dot Founder Jessica Herrin shared in a statement. “It’s important for us to extend that mission to impact the lives of women and their families, at home and around the world through the Stella & Dot Foundation.”

Every Mother Counts currently operates in Indonesia, Haiti, Uganda, Malawi and the United States. The organization was founded by Christy Turlington Burns, a model, entrepreneur and activist named one of Time‘s 100 Most Influential People of 2014. Burns directed the documentary No Woman, No Cry to raise awareness of the women dying—287,000 every year—due to largely avoidable complications during pregnancy.

“Every Mother Counts is excited to partner with Stella & Dot’s mission-driven community to help us achieve our goal to make pregnancy and childbirth safe for every mother,” said Burns. “We know we can’t do this work alone and are always reassured that there are others who want to contribute in meaningful ways.”

To kick off the new partnership, all net proceeds of the Stella & Dot Foundation’s new Enlighten Bracelet will benefit Every Mother Counts. At Every Mother Counts, 100 percent of every donation goes to programs supporting its mission around the world.


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