You can make a difference.

“I don’t have to be a woman to recognize that women’s rights are important. Just like for all of our non-people of color, you shouldn’t have to be a person of color to recognize people of color’s rights and freedoms are important as well.”– Adrian Hale of the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce at Healthy Baby Network’s Annual Meeting 2018

Mothers and babies in our community are facing poverty, insecurity, and lack of access to care and social support. Low income babies in our community are more likely to be premature, have health complications, and are at high risk of death. By donating your funds or your time, you might not only improve lives: you could also be saving them.

Your donation helps us:

  • Gather, research and analyze the maternal/child health data that makes our services evidence-based and accurate.
  • Connect our outreach team with vulnerable families in the Rochester area.
  • Collaborate with professionals from across disciplines to solve issues affecting our mothers and babies.
  • Pioneer innovative solutions for our community’s families


Our volunteers help us spread our message by speaking directly to the people in our community that need help most. Volunteers also strengthen our staff with their unique contributions through research, infrastructure support and creative thinking. If you’re ready to make a difference and have a life-changing experience, contact Deanna Spiotta at or 585-546-4930 ext. 215 today.

Internship Opportunities

Are you a student who is looking to gain experience in public health, non-profit life, fundraising, or marketing? We are looking for energetic and motivated individuals to help us carry out our mission! Healthy Baby Network offers student internships during the fall and spring semesters, as well as over the summer. Our internships are unpaid and usually require a minimum of a 10-15 hour weekly commitment. If you’re ready to make a difference, contact Deanna Spiotta at or 585-546-4930 ext. 215 today.

Contact us for more information or donate here.

Did You Know...

High risk pregnancies need extra care and support. This year we served 295 pregnant women in our home visitation program, bringing care and resources to where our moms need it most.


Pregnant mothers served through home visitation