Friday, September 28, 2012

Birth Mother Baskets {bmb} is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that delivers gift baskets to birth mothers who have recently placed their babies for adoption. Birth Mother Baskets are filled with bath salts, lotions, small blankets, journals, jewelry and anything pampering. These gift baskets hold so much more than just the tangible items inside of them. They are filled with love, warmth and support. 
Please, help us support these brave women who truly give the greatest gift of all... 
selfless LOVE.

You can show your support to bmb, adoption and 
birth mothers every where, by attending...
Birth Mother Baskets 2nd Annual Silent Auction

Oct. 18, 2012 from 6:30-8:30pm  

@ Timpanogos Harley Davidson

{555 S. Geneva Rd. Lindon, UT} 

Last year bmb had over 80 amazing auction items and this year will be no different! 

Donations from companies like: Cafe Rio, Lime Ricki, Tucanos, BYU, Jennifer Pugh Studios, The R House Couture, Nuskin, Odyssey Dance Theatre, Cookie Cutters, Pioneer Party, Shabby Apple, Undercover Mamas and many many more! 

Come celebrate adoption and birth mothers everywhere. 

Live music will be provided by Mad Diving Barons. This band is awesome! 

Also, Tina Metcalf will be providing every woman who attends the auction a free ticket  for
 her upcoming Ya Ya Sisterhood Tribe Call Series ($37 value).
Tina is such a ray of light! Her events are an experience you will never forget!



To read more about bmb go to,
bmb is still accepting donations for auction items. If your family would like to put together a donation or you know a company who maybe interested please email Gina at There are many fun and easy ways for you to be apart of this event.

bmb runs 100% on donations alone and has no paid staff. Funds from the auction will go towards items to fill baskets, shipping cost and marketing material. We will be accepting cash, check and all major credit cards.


likeschocolate said...

What a great idea! Not many people think of the birth mothers.

Lauren Monsey Nagel said...

I never would have thought of this. This is pretty awesome and shows so much compassion. God bless you for sharing this.