Ok I'll start off this thread with some quick charities I looked up for helping women who are pregnant to have babies (just the first type I looked up):
"Founded in 1908, and officially sponsored in 1941 by the Franciscan Sisters of the Sacred Heart, St. Anne's first opened its doors as a maternity hospital for pregnant, unwed, young mothers. At that time St. Anne's was regarded as a hiding place for young women to come in secrecy and to conceal their pregnancies from the community and their families. Today St. Anne's remains committed to providing targeted programs and support services in response to the ever-changing needs of today's society, never straying from our mission of helping disenfranchised young women, children and families in need, without regard to race or religion."
Mary's Center for Maternal and Child Care
"Established in 1988, Mary's Center for Maternal and Child Care works to build better futures through the delivery of health care, education and social services. Mary's Center embraces its culturally diverse community and provides the highest quality care regardless of ability to pay. Mary's Center demonstrates how improved access to prenatal and pediatric care, coupled with sensitivity to culture and family, lead to healthy mothers, healthy children and healthy families. In addition, the Center, through its numerous programs, provides a dynamic child development curriculum, intensive home visits for vulnerable families, case management for teen pregnancy prevention and planning, educational training to prevent school dropout, employment referral/placement and HIV testing and prevention."
Those are just two...I just wanted to get things started...