2015 Oct HPCC Directors Report

During the month of October Hope Pregnancy Care Center had 43 visitors come through the doors . Continuing our trend for the year, this was almost double the number of people coming to visit in October 2015 as we had in October 2014. We had 7 first time visitors to Hope this month.


As usual, most people are coming in for our diaper ministry services. Hope Pregnancy Care Center continues to serve as a pick up site for the NC Diaper Bank Triad.


We were able to give out 30 Size 1 diapers, 70 Size 2 diapers, 277 Size 3 diapers, 408 Size 4 diapers, 675 Size 5 diapers and 30 Size 6 diapers. This amounted to a total of 1,482 diapers covering little behinds this month.


We gave out the following baby supplies as well: 17 packs of wipes ( there were a lot more requests but we ran out during the month), 6 people received baby clothing, 1 received some furnishings, 2 received baby toys, 3 received baby food, 3 received some baby formula, 3 received some miscellaneous baby items. We are depended on donations of all of the items. If you know of folks willing to donate these items or a group that wants to have a baby shower, please encourage them to do so.


One person received a pregnancy test, which was negative.


5 people received a Bible and 2 received Salvation Tract information.


This is the beginning of the holidays and a reminder that we will be altering our hours during November and again in December. We will be closed on Thanksgiving Day and reopen on Thursday, December 3.


Hope Pregnancy Care Center Holiday Hours

All of get busy with family and other things around this time of year. Our volunteers are no different. Our hours in November and December will be a little different.

Hope Pregnancy Care Center office and diaper pick up will not operate on:


Thursday, November 26, Saturday November 28 & Monday, November 30

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Monday, December 21, Thursday, December 24, Saturday December 26;

Monday, December 28, Thursday December 31, and Saturday, January 2.

We will re open on our regular Monday, Thursday Saturday schedules on Monday, January 4

Supreme Court Will Hear Case to Stop Obama From Forcing Little Sisters to Obey HHS Mandate

Lifenews.com reportsĀ “In a victory for the pro-life fight against the HHS mandate, the Supreme Court has agreed to take the case of a Catholic religious order, the Little Sisters of the Poor, which has been fighting not to be forced to comply with Obamacareā€™s abortion mandate. The mandate compels religious groups to pay for birth control and drugs that may cause abortions.” The story can be read in whole here.