11/30/2018 Directors Report

In the month of November 2018 Hope Pregnancy Care Center had 11 visitors seeking assistance.  Items given out included:

1 Maternity Clothing

4 Baby Clothing,

1 Baby Shoes,

0 Furnishings,

1 Baby Food,

2  Formula,

1 Baby Bed and mattress with Baby Sheets and Baby Blanket, bottle/, breast pump, hats

2 Baby Toys,

4 Baby Shampoo

3 Baby wash

11 wipes

Baby Diapers given out this month included:Diaper

56 NB

161 Size 2 diapers,

95 Size 3 diapers

161 Size 4 and 5 diapers

1__81015_zoomWe received some diapers and wipes from a local church group which we are ever so grateful for. We also received some gently used items from some of our folk we have given baby items out to in the past.

Salvation Army to Use HPCC Auditorium

The Salvation Army will again be using the Hope Pregnancy Care Center auditorium during the Christmas season. They again have reserved it for the month of December. They will be using us for one of two sites in Stokes County to distribute Christmas Blessings to kids and families in need.

The families should have already completed a form through Stokes County DSS or the Salvation Army and will be notified when to come and pick up their gifts along with  a time and site they need to go to. Contact Stokes County DSS or the Salvation Army for more information.

Remember HPCC services follow the Stokes County Schools schedule during Christmas. If school is open, HPCC is open for our regular services.

08312018 HPCC Directors Report

In the month of July 2018 Hope Pregnancy Care Center had 14 visitors seeking assistance.  They were from King, Walnut Cove and East Bend.

 

Items given out included:

1 Maternity Clothing

6 Baby Clothing,

1 Baby Shoes,

1 Furnishings,

1 Baby Food,

4 Formula,

1 Baby Bed and mattress with Baby Sheets and Baby Blanket,

1 Car Seat,

4 Baby Toys,

5 Baby Shampoo

 

Baby Diapers given out this month included:

20 Size 1 diapers,

307 Size 2 diapers,

61 Size 3 diapers

93 Size 4 and 5 diapers

 

A couple of people receiving items from us this month brought us items to give to others that they no longer had need of.  Some other folks in the community brought us some nice gently used baby items as well.

We are always appreciative of those who give us gently used items which we are able to share with others.

 

04302018 Directors Report

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This month Hope Pregnancy Care Center had 12 people come by to see us. All 12 had babies and requested some items to assist them with their new additions. Two of the 12 people were first time visitors to Hope PCC.

One person asked for and received maternity clothing, 5 received baby clothing, 2 received baby shoes, 3 received furnishings (baby bed/pack & play) 1 received baby formula, 1 received baby food, 2 received baby sheets, 1 received a car seat but later returned as being too small for here baby, 3 received toys, 5 received baby shampoo, 2 received baby wash and 9 received baby wipes

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Diaper giveaways were as follows: 104 received new born diapers, 113 received Size 1 diapers, 27 received size 3 diapers and 153 received Size 4 and Size 5 Diapers. In total we gave out 395 diapers.

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Hope Pregnancy gave out 5 Bible gifts and 4 baby Bible gifts during this month. The volunteer staff also logged in 45.5 hours of volunteer work for this month. We do thank them.

 

The Stokes County Department of Social Services is now utilizing to two rooms in the building to keep their emergency clothing supplies for foster children. They also continue to use the auditorium for families to have supervised visits with young children who are now in their care but are working with the families to reunite them

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