New Morning's work always has been funded thanks to the generosity of individuals and foundations. South Carolinians’ need for contraceptive counseling and affordable contraceptives will be ongoing: More than 300,000 South Carolina women are in need of publicly funded contraceptive services.1 Yet federal and state budget cuts have stretched our state’s family planning programs to their limits. It’s up to those of us in the private sector to help South Carolina’s women access contraception to avoid an unintended pregnancy.

If you would like to support healthier women, children and families while creating more educational and economic opportunities for South Carolinians, contact us. New Morning Foundation is an IRS 501(c)(3) organization, meaning most contributions are tax deductible.

1Guttmacher Institute

Support Uninsured and Low-Income Women in Your County
Would you like to enable more women in your home county to choose from all FDA-approved methods of contraception, including long-acting but more expensive methods like IUDs and the Implant? If so, make a donation and designate a South Carolina county of your choice. One hundred percent of your donation will be used to provide free contraceptives to women in need through one of our healthcare provider partners.

What the experts say

There are so many overwhelming healthcare issues facing us right now. But unintended pregnancy is solvable and, if mitigated, would have tremendous impact on our state’s public health. The work being done by New Morning can improve the lives of countless South Carolinians.”

  • Dr. Lucy Annang Ingram
  • Board Member, New Morning Foundation
    Associate Professor, Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina