“We want our birth mothers to be active participants in the process. They don’t just say: ‘Ok, I can’t take care of this baby. You take care of it.’ We value the role of the birthmother. Her emotional well-being has a lot to do with her being able to take control, making the right decision for herself and for her baby.” – Lee-Ann, Miriam’s Promise staff.
Our Promise: to ensure the well-being of the child by nurturing individuals and families.
The Miriam's Promise Letter of Charitable Solicitations protects both Miriam's Promise and donors in the state of Tennessee. Therefore, Miriam's Promise requests funding from individual donors in Tennessee.