Hope will not be open on Thursday,June 25. Both volunteers have conflicting oblgations. We will be open on Saturday.
NFL player speaks out on Planned Parenthood agenda.
The August 5th post online at Lifenews.com posted Ben Watson’s statements on Planned Parenthood. “Christian NFL player Ben Watson does not hesitate to call out Planned Parenthood’s targeting of minority women and their babies for abortions.
In a recent interview with Turning Point Pregnancy Resource Center in San Diego, the Baltimore Ravens player talked about the racial divide in America and how it factors into the abortion issue.
“… abortion saddens me period, but it seems to be something that is really pushed on minorities and provided to minorities especially as something that they should do,” Watson said.
He pointed to Planned Parenthood’s founder Margaret Sanger and her eugenic push to exterminate people she deemed “unfit.” Today, “it’s working,” Watson said.”
Read the entire story and think about what he’s saying.
In the month of July, Hope Pregnancy Care Center was open for 11 days. We had 37 visitors on the days we were open. We had 4 first time visitors.
The Diaper Ministry gave out 125 newborn diapers, 100 size 1 diapers, 40 size 2 diapers, 75 size 3 diapers, 300 size 4 diapers, 575 size 5 diapers and 80 size 6 diapers. That’s a total of 1,295 diapers we distributed this month. In addition, we were able to give maternity clothing to 3 visitors, baby clothes to 2 visitors, 2 visitors received a baby toy, 2 visitors received some baby food, 1 received baby formula, 3 received furnishings and 35 visitors received baby wipes this month.
We also gave out a couple of cribs, baby wash, baby shoes and baby shampoo this month.
I want to thank all of our volunteers that have helped keep the doors open at Hope Pregnancy Care. Without their showing up and greeting and talking with our visitors, Hope Pregnancy Care Center could not continue to function. I want also to thank all the churches, church groups and individuals who donate to HPCC. As always we thank the NC Diaper Bank Triad for all the diapers that help cover the little tushes we all so adore.
Thanks to Jeremiah who fixed a plumbing problem in our building this week. Jeremiah is one of our great friends and volunteers at Hope Pregnancy Care Center.
We want thank all of our volunteers who work on Monday, Thursday and Saturday to help serve our people who need our services. We also want to thank Graham, a local Boy Scout who with is Dad and other Boy Scouts helped caulk and paint the windows and doors.
Mr Graham also donated a new outdoor information center that looks great! God blesses us every day here at Hope Pregnancy Care Center so we, in turn can bless those who seek us out. We most especially thank Him for all he does for us!
The title of this LifeNews.com article should be enough to frighten anyone reading this today. However the statistics and article that follows under the title above is extremely enlightening. We urge you to read and absorb this information then, urge your friends and tell others so they know what our government and governments around the world are spending tax dollars on.
To read the entire article, click here.
We have had a very productive month serving people who have chosen to raise their babies.
Hope Pregnancy Care Center was able to answer the door to 51 people seeking assistance during the month of June.
3 of these folks needed maternity clothing, 5 received baby clothes, 4 received furnishings, 2 received baby toys, 6 received baby food and 40 received baby wipes. We were also able to give out some baby wash and a stroller.
With the help of NC Diaper Bank Triad we were able to distribute 150 newborn diapers, 126 size 1 diapers, 211 size 2 diapers, 75 size 3 diapers, 425 size 4 diapers, 825 size 5 diapers and 50 size 6 diapers. That is a total of 1,862 little tushes we helped to cover.
The NC Diaper Bank Triad has a new Executive Director and are not distributing any diapers during July and August. During that time they will be reevaluating all of their partners and making decisions on who will get to continue to be a partner with them in diaper distribution. Please be in prayer that they will allow Hope Pregnancy Care Center to continue our partnership with them.
Hope PCC’s Saturday schedule will change beginning July 1. We will not be open on the 1st Saturday of each month but will open same schedule for each other Saturday in a month.
HPCC will be closed on Saturday, July 2 and Monday July 4.
- Monday’s 9:00 am – 12:30 pm
- Thursday’s 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
- Saturday’s 9:00 am – 12:30 pm (Closed on the 1st Saturday each month beginning 7/1/2016)