In childbirth, systemic racism is the root cause of disparities leading to higher maternal mortality rates for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).
We believe doulas help to create a more equitable, respectful, maternity care system.
We want to support and amplify BIPOC voices and support every person to have a safe, satisfying, and pleasurable birth and ensuring there is a doula for every person who wants one is an essential step.
We are offering a number of BIPOC Scholarships to promised doulas at 50% rate.
If you are an individual who identifies as a BIPOC and has a financial barrier to taking our course, we welcome you to apply for our scholarship.
Please submit a 1 minute video or letter addressing the questions below:
Why would you like to become a doula?
How will you use this opportunity to support your community?
Do you identify as BIPOC?
Submit your entry and/or questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our scholarships are reserved for BIPOC individuals with financial need. If you are not a BIPOC, we have payment plans available.
If you find it necessary to cancel your reservation, the following cancellation policy will apply:
A deposit of $300 is nonrefundable, remaining paid balance is refundable in full until April 16, 2022.
After April 16, 2023 a 50% refund will be given
No refunds after June 16th, however spaces are transferable so you may sell or gift your space.