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Lifecycle is Growing

Campus Expansion Campaign

Lifecycle is expanding both the campus and our programs. Throughout the challenges of the pandemic, Lifecycle saw a consistent increase in demand for The Birth Center, prenatal care, and gynecological services. We are thriving!


“The super midwives at Lifecycle are nothing short of miracle workers. They are the true MVPs!”

In May 2021, Lifecycle bought the building next to our offices in Bryn Mawr.

After renovating this building and the 3rd floor of the current building, this expansion will allow us to serve the community in new ways: expand care options with more clinical staff, offer NEW mental health counseling, grow education programs and support groups for both families and birthworkers, and so much more!

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The Campus Expansion Campaign

Now more than ever, people want an intimate space for empowered healthcare, with support from highly educated professionals, such as our midwives, nurse practitioners, and nurses. Due to the deep partnership with our clients, the Lifecycle model of care consistently achieves excellent outcomes.

$600K Challenge

Lifecycle has received a generous matching grant and we need your help to secure it! Donate today to help us meeting the goal of $600K.

Your gift will bring personalized, relationship-based care to more people!
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The Campus Expansion Brings

Increased care options

With the addition of more clinical space, there will be more dedicated space for prenatal and gynecological appointments.

NEW mental health counseling

The last year has brought a heightened awareness of mental health challenges and their impact. The new space will allow Lifecycle to offer new counseling services with a licensed therapist.

Expanded education programs and support groups

Childbirth preparation classes that focus on low intervention birth, as well as lactation and parenting classes that are open to the community, not just Lifecycle clients and seminars on the midwifery model of care for nursing and midwifery students, and community partners.

Plus MORE of what we already do!

This includes: removing potential barriers to the care with the Black Birthship Fund; meeting increased demand for midwives with the Midwifery Fellowship Program; and providing reproductive care for the full reproductive lifecycle, from menarche to menopause.