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Babypalooza Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, in partnership with Lifestages Media Inc., focuses on lowering infant and maternal mortality rates in the USA by providing essential education and support to first-time expecting mothers. Your donation to Babypalooza Inc. is a direct investment in the health and well-being of new families at the most critical time in their lives.

The Alarming Issue of Infant and Maternal Mortality

Our baby expos are about the celebration of life supporting parents through what is normally a very joyous occasion. However we also recognize that there is a harsh reality. The United States has one of the highest infant and maternal mortality rates of any developed country. And it’s getting worse.

Celebrating life is the heart of what we do, and we believe that celebration goes hand in hand with action. We understand that it’s not enough to simply recognize the joys of parenthood; we must also embrace the responsibility of providing resources to help mitigate the maternal mortality crisis.

According to the CDC, more than 60% of pregnancy-related deaths are preventable. Lack of education, access to healthcare, insufficient prenatal care, and poverty are just some of the contributing factors. Babypalooza Inc. is on a mission to help lower these daunting statistics through education and support, aiming to make a significant difference in communities nationwide.


Babypalooza's Approach to Education and Support

We believe in the power of education and have developed a range of initiatives, including educational workshops and community programs, to empower parents with knowledge and resources. Through BabypaloozaU we educate women on critical pregnancy and infant care topics from preconception to preschool.

We also understand the importance of connecting parents to a resources and a support network so we assist nonprofits by offering grants for free booths at Babypalooza events. This initiative bridges the gap between vital services and the parents who need them most, recognizing that many nonprofits struggle with the resources necessary for effective marketing and outreach.