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Community Project/Proyecto Comunitario

 Home Away from Home

Back in 2021 the Birth Comadres Collective initiated the "Home Away from Home Project". The intention is to offer perinatal care to the undocumented and refugee community in the Austin area. We offer culturally competent care, care similar to their home countries. It's no secret that the United States is falling short in caring for our pregnant and postpartum folks especially the black and brown community.

November 2021 we were honored with abundance to received partial funding from the Start the Wave initiative! With this funding Birth Comadres was be able to offer 36 home visits for body care after birth/loss of pregnancy. This includes preparing postpartum care packages, body care sessions using the rebozo and holding space for birth processing with awareness and sensitivity to their culture and traditions. We believe culture and tradition are an important part of the birthing process and healing. Birth outcomes and how birthing people are treated has a direct effect on how we interact with our community.

When supported during the perinatal period, which can be a major transformational period, one can feel a sense of self worth and connection. These are some of the building blocks for creating a positive thriving community.

This year we would like to reach more of the community. August 2023 we have continued to be blessed with abundance and received a grant from Mijente a chincanx/latinx social justice movement. To continue with the movement of abundance we will have a benefit concert Pachanga and Market Sat Sept 30th 2023. See details below  

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Pachanga Concert Benefit + Market

Want to know how you can support?

The Birth Comadres Collective invites you to collaborate for our upcoming Pachanga Concert Benefit and Market. The proceeds from this event will fund the Birth Comadres initiative, the Home Away From Home project. This initiative provides free pregnancy, birth and postpartum services to folks seeking asylum or are undocumented in the Austin area. These services may include nutritional support with food, resources and information, bodycare pre and post baby, midwifery support and birth and postpartum doula care. We are aware of the importance of trauma informed, culturally competent care and the effect it has on the community’s ability to advocate for full body autonomy in care.

Concert Ticket Prices 

Pachanga Benefit Concert and Market Sat Sept 30th 7pm-12am


Cecilia and the Broken Hearts


Get you tickets HERE ↓↓↓


Monetary donations are always appreciated. You can send donations via Venmo @BirthComadres-Collective or Paypal to


$275 - 2 Pachanga tickets plus 2 social media opportunities and shout out at the event

$500 - 4 Pachana ticket plus 4 social media opportunities, shout outs at the event, your business info listed in our print out that will be in each goodie bag. 

Please send us an email with any questions and what your contribution will be

We are expecting to have a good turn out and opportunity to create community!

Thanks your time.

Nos Vemos!

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