There are lots of causes out there getting national attention…..buckets of ice and all that. That is fine if you are so inclined to do it. Locally, Hope Pregnancy Care Center needs your assistance as well. We are funded by some of the area churches and individuals who have seen it in their hearts to help the unborn and the born in around Stokes County. We are very grateful that God has laid upon their hearts to do so.
If you would, lift Hope Pregnancy Care Center up in your prayers daily. Seek God’s wisdom and guidance. Ask him if you should be supporting Hope in some way. if the answer is yes there are WAYS TO HELP HOPE by clicking here.
Our volunteers will all be set the first week of September to begin our new fall hours.
Sept 1 is Labor Day and we will be closed that day……After that our fall hours will be:
Mondays 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
Tuesdays 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.
Thursdays 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m.
Remember now that schools are starting back Hope Pregnancy Care Center will be closed on school holidays and we follow their inclement weather policy as well. If they close, then we will be closed too..
We are helping put the word out that Wake Forest Baptist Health Hospital in Winston Salem, has just started a new program to promote abortion. Alpha Pregnancy Center let us know that WFBMC have recently hired a new abortion advocate physician, Dr. Ellen Lorange, the OB GYN department trained in family planning to spearhead this program under a new grant given to the hospital by the Ryan Ryan Program I am sending this message out as a pro-life advocate. If you agree with me that this is not the kind of program we would like to see flourish in our area,please share this information with others and let Wake Forest Baptist Health know that you do not agree by contacting their obstetrics and gynecology program and let them know.
We already have people killing babies at Planned Parenthood in Winston-Salem….we don’t need another.
32 visits to Hope Pregnancy Care Center (the most visits in one month to date)
5 were first time visitors
Most came to participate in our diaper ministry
7 Walnut Cove
Average age is 26 years old
3 Pregnancy Tests (1 + and 2 -)
9 Baby Wipes (we had many more requests but no wipes supply this month)
2 Baby Formula
2 Baby Clothes
1 Maternity Clothes
Other items provided included baby shampoo, baby bottles, baby wash, baby blankets and baby quilts)
Diapers Provided (in partnership with The Piedmont Diaper Bank)
New Born 36
Size 1 150
Size 2 180
Size 3 650
Size 4 523
Size 5 353
2 Medical Care Referral
HPCC had a very productive month serving more folks in one month than we ever have before. We do so appreciate your support. We still need your monthly or quarterly financial support. In particular right now, we are in need of baby wipes. If you would like to donate or have your group do a baby shower, we’ll be glad to come by and pick any items you collect up. Call Mike at 336-577-7513 if you want to do that for us…..thanks again.