Join our mission to support prenatal research.

We launched Perelel 3 years ago with a simple MO: that everyone has the right to a healthful pregnancy. Even as our community has grown and our mission has expanded beyond prenatal care, this vision for a more supported path to parenthood has not changed.

Pregnancy loss is a heartbreak we are all too familiar with—and we also know that it often leaves more questions than answers. But despite the fact that 15% of pregnancies end in loss, clinical research to understand why is historically limited and underfunded.

It's time to change that. 

We are proud to announce that we have partnered with the HOPE Project, a research initiative led in part by Stanford University School of Medicine, along with University of California, San Francisco, and Oregon Health & Science University. 

This study aims to uncover some of the causes of pregnancy loss, so that we might be able to better predict pregnancy outcomes in the future. Building out the largest and most inclusive national participant registry ever is crucial to accomplishing this goal.

And that's where we need the help of our community—to spread the word, and for those who are eligible (and willing), to register into the study's database.

Who is eligible: Anyone (regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, or couple status) who has experienced pregnancy loss.

Click here to learn more.

HOPE Project is aiming to register 4000 study participants by 2026, so that the real work of clinically understanding pregnancy loss can begin.

Navigating pregnancy loss can feel impossible. But together, let's work to empower all parents-to-be with answers.