Finding Our Village
Our journey with Verity Irene began with a phone call...
  
Trisomy 18...Edwards Syndrome...genetic anomalies. I searched desperately for answers to all the questions flooding my mind after I heard from the doctor. One phrase describing our unborn baby’s condition left me feeling like I couldn’t breathe: incompatible with life. We were devastated. The rest of the pregnancy was filled with fear and anxiety, and even when Verity was born alive, graduated from the NICU, and came home to join our family, we still felt the weight of the unspoken question hovering over us. How long would our daughter live?

Well...Verity apparently didn't get the memo that many children with her diagnosis don't make it to their first birthday! She is over 4 years old now and touching many lives all over the world!

We are so grateful for the "village" of support we have received, from doctors who believed in Verity's value to compassionate nurses, therapists, educators, and other special-needs parents. 

But not everyone has a village. Having gone through our own journey from diagnosis to delivery and beyond, and having seen the great need in this community, we have prayerfully followed God’s lead to establish and grow Verity’s Village so others can receive vital support for a journey like no other.



Verity's Village is a faith-based nonprofit supporting families who receive a life-limiting diagnosis for their babies.
Verity's Village provides hope, encouragement, education, and practical support for families who receive a life-limiting prenatal diagnosis for their baby.


Changing the narrative surrounding genetic anomalies from heartache to hope.
Below you can read some stories from moms who have received support...
"I am grateful for the ten minutes that I had with her because it made it all worth it."
Alayia W., mother of Journee Miracle




"Indiana was one of the greatest gifts that God has ever given me. Her diagnosis and all. She made me a better mother, wife, sister and friend. I became an advocate. I learned so much about myself, and I am proud to have been the Mom of a special trisomy warrior."
Kathryn K., mother of Indiana Ilene




"Yes, my daughter had Trisomy 13. But her diagnosis did not define who she was. When she was alive, she was so full of life, and so full of love. Trisomy 13 is a heartbreaking diagnosis. But, these children are capable of having beautiful lives and being happy in their own little, perfect bubble."
Jessequine H., mother of Lydia Joannah




We support families from DIAGNOSIS to DELIVERY and beyond. 
Have you or someone you know received a prenatal diagnosis?
We'd be honored to walk this difficult journey with you.
At Verity's Village, we believe every mother who faces a life-limiting diagnosis for her baby deserves the opportunity to see her child’s story unfold. Whether that story has dozens of chapters or only a few—it is a story worth telling, because GOD is the author, and He has eternal purposes written on every page. 


If you're pregnant and recently received a diagnosis for your baby...
If you work with women in these situations...
If we can be of any service at all to you, your family, or your community...

Please reach out!