Donate to my work, practice, and training!

I am a queer, nonbinary, disabled doula providing birth and postpartum services in Chicago. As a white doula, I am committed to offering discounted or free services to all Black & Indigenous clients. I also offer linkage to doulas with clients’ shared identities and monetary assistance for clients to afford services from those doulas. Please consider donating to help me attend further trainings as I work on expanding my practice to offer full spectrum doula services.

Current fundraiser: Full spectrum doula training with specialized courses!

Full spectrum doula training is an extensive process that expands services from focusing mainly on birth to offering support on all types of reproductive health, including miscarriage and stillbirth support, lactation services, and postpartum support. I am looking to take courses in chestfeeding for trans individuals, birth for disabled folks, and deepening the education I already have in antiracist doula work. I am working towards certification as a childbirth educator and lactation consultant.

Opportunities to Donate to Black Doulas & Midwives

Chicago Area

Chicago Birthworks Collective

The Chicago Birthworks Collective is a full service doula collective, providing doula services, education, lactation support, placenta encapsulation, and prenatal and postpartum pampering. The Chicago Birthworks Collective also provides free packages for Black mothers, parents, and children in the Chicago area.

Holistic Birthworks Collective

Led by midwife & doula Star August, the Holistic Birth Collective provides homebirth midwifery services, birth and postpartum doula services, childbirth education, and placenta encapsulation. Star has a passion for black maternal justice and views every birth as special and sacred.

Chicago Volunteer Doulas

Chicago Volunteer Doulas is a birth justice organization centered on providing free services (with a donation) to underserved communities in the Chicagoland area. It is led primarily by Black & Indigenous birthworkers and provides birth, on-call, and postpartum doula support. It also runs a peer doula project at Logan Correctional Center. 

Outside Chicago


Juju Angeles is doula and midwife practicing in NYC and the Bay Area. In Juju’s words, “It is through communal-ancestral knowing, intuition, and experience that I serve all of my clients. I guide people into deepening their trust and their love for their bodies through the birth process, so that they can heal optimally. I believe that the body knows how to give birth, how to heal, and what to do.”