Globally, one woman dies every 90 seconds because of childbirth complications
Tara Hansen Foundation Built To Spread Awareness for Mothers
FREEHOLD, N.J., April 29, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Tara Hansen Foundation(THF) strives to educate and spread awareness for mothers and also to improve the overall care for maternal health. This purpose joins the foundation with many other nonprofits May 1st and 2nd at the Business4Better (B4B) Conference in Anaheim, California. The B4B conference aims to connect corporate entities with nonprofits that share similar visions of social responsibility to maximize their impact on the community.
Taking place over two days the conference will feature a number of speakers and workshops that will teach both nonprofits and corporate groups how to maximize their impact in the community. Focused on the advancement of maternal health awareness, the foundation will be looking to expand their social outreach in an effort to raise awareness on the maternal mortality health crisis.
According to Amnesty International with complications associated with childbirth:
two women die every day in the United States
one woman dies every 90 seconds globally
THF is excited for the opportunity to expand the foundation's network beyond the tri-state area while also promoting upcoming fundraisers and events.
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The Tara Hansen Foundation is dedicated to increasing maternal health awareness in an effort to improve maternal health care. We believe expecting parents deserve equal education on the risks associated with mother as well as the child. In addition, it is our belief that today's healthcare providers need to be reminded of the consequences women face during and after childbirth.
About Tara Hansen Tara Hansen was a special education teacher at the West Freehold School in Freehold, NJ. For nearly six years, Tara had the pleasure of teaching children in her hometown. She was able to give back to the community and enjoyed every moment she spent in the classroom. On March 25, 2011, she and her husband Ryan welcomed their first child, Brandon Ryan, into the world. Then, only six days later, Tara passed away due to complications associated with childbirth.
Tara Hansen Foundation "The goal of the foundation is to work tirelessly to spread the word about this health issue and advance maternal health awareness and safety," explains Hansen. "We believe in educating expecting parents to the dangers associated with childbirth, as well as re-educating our healthcare providers to this issue."