Community Support Project
The Plumtree Baby Community Support Project began in 2012 to help birth professionals in the United States who support and educate low-income, teenage and/or disadvantaged families during pregnancy and birth. The project has provided thousands of resources to people around the country and continues to grow!
How does it work?
Periodically, we open the project to accept applications from birth professionals, organizations, and non-profits. If selected, applicants receive a credit to purchase materials* from our Community Support shop.
When is it open?
The project is now closed. We anticipate opening it again in the fall of 2017.
What materials are given away?
The Plumtree Community shop features many Plumtree Baby visual aids and parent resources (booklets and handouts). Occasionally, we have curriculum, PowerPoints or other teaching resources.
*Please note, many of these materials are "seconds," meaning they have imperfections such as creases, cover damage, or below average print quality. In addition, they may be an older edition than what is currently available for sale on our website. We only include materials that are readable and usable. There are a limited number of materials available and entries will be accepted for a limited time.
What happens if I am selected?
If you are selected to receive materials, you will be notified of the opening date for our special Plumtree Community shop and given additional instructions via email. Resources will be available first come, first serve, in limited quantities and for a limited time.