“The Salvation Army is accepting applications for Christmas Assistance in Stokes County until October 31. There is still time for families in need to apply at the Stokes County Department of Social Services at 1010 Main St. in Danbury from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.”
“Children age 12 and under, including those born by December 31, 2017, are eligible for assistance. Parents must provide verification of eligibility and proof of age for children. Questions may be directed to the Stokes County DSS at 336-593-2861, ext. 1199.”
“Through its Christmas Assistance program, The Salvation Army helps several hundred families each year in every zip code in Stokes County. The Salvation Army also provides emergency financial assistance for basic needs to residents of Stokes County throughout the year.”
“The Salvation Army is a participating agency with the Stokes County United Fund.”
Posted Oct. 18, 2017 on Stokes News website.
Obama Era mandate overturned
” The Trump administration announced today that employers will now be exempt from the federal requirement to provide insurance coverage for abortion-causing drugs in their health insurance plans if it conflicts with their sincerely held religious or moral beliefs. This now limits a rule created under the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act that required that employers, including non-church religious organizations, must cover all forms of contraception, from birth control pills to abortion drugs and devices at no cost to the employees…..” LifeNews.com posted the article yesterday online.
Please click above to read the entire story and read about another small victory for pro-life in America.
Hope Pregnancy Care Center (HPCC) nine visitors for the month of September. Two visitors were here for the first time. Friends and family referred them to HPCC.
We were able to help assisting people with giving the following items:
5 people received baby clothes
1 person received furnishing
3 people received baby toys
1 person received baby food
3 people received formula
10 people received baby wipe packages
Additionally, we gave out baby shampoo, baby sheets, baby blankets and 1 food bag to those who asked for these items.
We were able to give out 186 New Born diapers, 50 Size One diapers, 48 Size Three Diaperss and 122 Size 4 diapers.
One person received a bible and one person asked for and received prayer.
One of the folk donated some baby bottles and maternity clothes to Hope Pregnancy Care Center as a way of giving back for the help we have been able to give to her.
We wanted to thank the women of Willing Vessels Christian Center in King for having a “cleaning day” at Hope Pregnancy Care Center. They made our center look much cleaner and beautiful. They are a blessing to us!