The Latoya and Joe Dawkins Miracle Child Foundation
Our Foundation, through visionary leadership, healthcare industry expertise, and charitable giving, is dedicated to strengthening the delivery of comprehensive infertility patient support services and wellness for infertility couples.
Help Light the Way
We believe in providing a helping hand to those in need. Our Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to providing financial support for those struggling with infertility in the United States. The grants awarded will give couples that do not have insurance or the financial resources to pay for infertility treatments the possibility to fulfill their dream of holding their miracle baby.
In hopes of doing this, the Latoya and Joe Dawkins Miracle Child Foundation endeavors to establish multiple grants throughout the year to recipients.
Our Foundation not only provides grants to infertility couples but also serves as a gateway to connecting them with third party financial assistance programs, volunteers to help with eligibility questions, and counseling throughout the fertility continuum.
We are actively seeking more sponsors and donors. The Latoya and Joe Dawkins Miracle Child Foundation, Inc. is a nonprofit organization under IRS Tax Code 501(c)(3) (Identification Number: 86-1205091). All donations made to the Latoya and Joe Dawkins Miracle Child Foundation are tax deductible in the United States under IRC Section 170.
Become a Volunteer
You can get involved today by becoming a Volunteer. Sign up and you will be joining a group of change-makers, a network strong enough to impact positive change in the lives of infertility patients nationwide.
We believe in providing a helping hand to those in need. Through experience in the healthcare industry space, we have identified the gaps in the delivery system for infertility patients and we are dedicated to raising awareness about infertility as a curable medical condition, raising funds and award grant monies to patients to help offset the cost of fertility treatments, connecting patients with third party financial assistance programs and volunteers to help with eligibility questions, serving as a gateway to counseling services throughout the fertility continuum, and connecting patients to educational tools to aid them on their journey. Our strategic partnership with fertility clinics and healthcare partners help infertility patients nationwide.
Purchase Children's Picture Book On My Way: Howie and the Light! All proceeds from your purchase go towards funding Our Miracle Child grants for infertility couples without coverage.
Our Foundation understands that having a child is not the last step. It is a lifelong commitment to the rearing, nourishment and guidance of a life. Many children every day go without access to comprehensive healthcare resources. 1.9 million children have diagnosed depression. My husband described himself as a “blue child.” His clinical depression, despite being celebrated as a scholar throughout his formative years and becoming a football and track star, manifested throughout his adult life.
In honor of his memory, our Foundation’s sister nonprofit, Breaking Blues, Inc., partners with donors to build a network that empowers and improves the lives of children with diagnosed depression. By supporting designated children sports and music enrichment programs, two of Joe’s myriad of talented gifts, and offering grants to attend these programs, Breaking Blues aims to provide opportunities for early diagnosed children to keep active and have fun.
Join us in lighting the path for babies fighting to get here and those fighting to stay.
The Latoya and Joe Dawkins Miracle Child Foundation is a nonprofit organization under IRS Tax Code 501(c)3. Identification Number: 86-1205091. All donations made to Our Miracle Child are tax deductible in the United States under IRC Section 170.
On My Way: Howie and the Light
Howie is the most spirited boat on the big blue sea, with the brightest smile you've ever seen. When a storm hits while he's separated from his family and trying to get back home, he starts to feel scared and lonely but not for long. Just as the rain picks up, Howie discovers his path home! Howie soon learns he can always find his way, even in the toughest of times.More info →