The Motherhood Collective- Tehachapi

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The Motherhood Collective- Tehachapi

The Lactation Station aims to support and empower mothers in our small town community by equipping them with knowledge prenatally and postpartum.  Knowledge is power.  Hands-on help with infant care in all aspects is priceless.  It will have a ripple effect for generations to come.  Too many mot... Read More

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The Lactation Station aims to support and empower mothers in our small town community by equipping them with knowledge prenatally and postpartum.  Knowledge is power.  Hands-on help with infant care in all aspects is priceless.  It will have a ripple effect for generations to come.  Too many mothers struggle with feeding and bonding with their babies.  They don’t have the information or support necessary to do so.  Mothers suffer in isolation postpartum.  They need each other.  The Lactation Station is seeking funding to cover the rental expenses for a space in our town where mothers can come comfortably and receive all of the support outlined above, in person from a registered nurse and internationally board-certified lactation consultant.

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Megan Atol, on behalf of

Lactation Station inc

The Lactation Station aims to be a place women and mothers can gain information to feed and care for their babies, in a fun group setting. Mothers need each other.

Megan Atol

Megan Atol is a Registered Nurse and IBCLC passionate about serving her small community. She has taken her years of schooling and working at the bedside to the community of Tehachapi to empower and support mothers and families from conception through postpartum. She teaches childbirth classes, breast & bottle feeding, baby bonding and nurturing, parenting, and postpartum care. She hosts groups of mothers in various settings to encourage peer-to-peer support and a community where mothers thrive together, collectively, rather than be isolated.

Alpine Forest, California

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  • $20.00

    eli atol

    October 03,2022

The Motherhood Collective- Tehachapi

badge The Motherhood Collective- Tehachapi

$20 of $16,000

raised from 1 people

The Motherhood Collective- Tehachapi

Megan Atol, on behalf of

Lactation Station inc

The Lactation Station aims to be a place women and mothers can gain information to feed and care for their babies, in a fun group setting. Mothers need each other.

Megan Atol

Megan Atol is a Registered Nurse and IBCLC passionate about serving her small community. She has taken her years of schooling and working at the bedside to the community of Tehachapi to empower and support mothers and families from conception through postpartum. She teaches childbirth classes, breast & bottle feeding, baby bonding and nurturing, parenting, and postpartum care. She hosts groups of mothers in various settings to encourage peer-to-peer support and a community where mothers thrive together, collectively, rather than be isolated.

Alpine Forest, California

Recent Donations

  • $20.00

    eli atol

    October 03,2022

The Motherhood Collective- Tehachapi

The Lactation Station aims to support and empower mothers in our small town community by equipping them with knowledge prenatally and postpartum.  Knowledge is power.  Hands-on help with infant care in all aspects is priceless.  It will have a ripple effect for generations to come.  Too many mot... Read More

Youhelp Share

Campaign URL:


The Lactation Station aims to support and empower mothers in our small town community by equipping them with knowledge prenatally and postpartum.  Knowledge is power.  Hands-on help with infant care in all aspects is priceless.  It will have a ripple effect for generations to come.  Too many mothers struggle with feeding and bonding with their babies.  They don’t have the information or support necessary to do so.  Mothers suffer in isolation postpartum.  They need each other.  The Lactation Station is seeking funding to cover the rental expenses for a space in our town where mothers can come comfortably and receive all of the support outlined above, in person from a registered nurse and internationally board-certified lactation consultant.

No update found.