Every Mother Counts

One of our favorite bloggers,  Jennifer Rand from Belle De Couture took part in A Pea in the Pod and Citizens of Humanity’s partnership with Every Mother Counts. Founded by Christy Turlington Burns, Every Mother Counts is a non-profit organization dedicated to making pregnancy and childbirth safe for every mother. Jennifer styled the signature tee and Citizens of Humanity jeans to perfection and boasted how comfortable she found the jeans!  We love how she accessorized her look with Saint Laurent sunglasses, vintage Moschino clutch and nude heels.

For each jean sold, A Pea in the Pod will donate $15.00 and Citizens of Humanity will donate $25.00 to EMC to support its efforts to improve global maternal health and reduce maternal mortality worldwide. A Pea in the Pod will also donate $5 from the purchase of every Every Mother Counts t-shirt to the charity.

Many thanks to Jennifer for supporting such a great cause with us here at Destination Maternity!everymothercounts123Shop our Every Mother Counts & Citizens for Humanity collection today!

Check out her blog post

Images via belledecouture.com

Every Mother Counts – Help us celebrate moms everywhere this Mother’s Day

A Pea in the Pod has teamed up with contemporary denim brand Citizens of Humanity and the charity Every Mother Counts, founded by model and mother Christy Turlington Burns to promote pregnancy health care and reduce maternal mortality worldwide.

Starting today, you can shop three new and exclusive styles of jeans featuring Citizens of Humanity’s signature stretch fabric and our patented Secret Fit Belly® in select stores carrying A Pea in the Pod and you can shop online.  For each pair sold, Destination Maternity will donate $15 and Citizens of Humanity will donate $25 to Every Mother Counts.  Pair them with an Every Mother Counts t-shirt, available for $34 with $5 from the purchase of each tee also benefitting the charity.

Check out the video chronicling Christy’s inspiring work for this worthy cause, filmed as part of  Citizens of Humanity’s philanthropic series, Just Like You.

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