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Thank you so much for being here.

Pregnancy, postpartum, and parenthood are universal experiences, but they can also feel very alienating. We envision Storq as a destination that can be a small respite from all the 😝, no matter where you are on your journey, that is welcoming to every visitor first and foremost. A place that not only reflects the incredible diversity of families today, but also one that celebrates it.

Here are some of the ways we are working to grow a thoughtful and vibrant community built on kindness and respect.


Manufacturing clothes has an undeniably negative impact on the environment, and despite our efforts to create products that are useful longterm, we also know that we must remain focused on ways to reduce our company’s carbon footprint.

One way we do this is by partnering with the Homeless Prenatal Program in San Francisco. HPP is a non-profit family resource center that primarily serves low income families. Donations include gently used Storq clothing that comes directly from customers as well as from our warehouse. Got a donation? Email us here. In exchange for passing on your pre-loved Storq goods you will receive $25 in store credit. 


Storq is committed to making donations every month to organizations that work to directly support mothers, families and birth workers from underserved communities. 10% our sales on the 10th day of each month will be donated to the following organizations.

July  |  Black Mamas Matter
August | SisterSong
September | National Birth Equity Collaborative
October Changing Woman Initiative
November Birth Center Equity Fund


One of our most closely held values as a brand is to create space for womxn and families who would like to see more of themselves reflected in visuals and editorial content when shopping online.

We are actively looking for partners that are aligned with this goal and would like to lend their voice to our growing community. Send us an email here.

And if you're interested in becoming an affiliate, you can apply here.


The journey through pregnancy and parenthood is not always easy to navigate, and free-form Googling doesn't really put us in the best headspace for optimal decision-making. The Journal was conceived as a virtual community space, a platform for sharing helpful information, ideas, plus a few distractions. Is there anything you would like to see on the Journal? Let us know here.