One major way to support pregnancy resource centers (PRCs) is to make sure your community knows where they are and what services they offer. Contact the PRC and tell them you'd like to help them advertise by placing a newspaper ad. Find out whether it would be easier for you to give them a donation … Continue reading #50. Post ads in newspapers for local pregnancy resource centers.
First, consider which organizations or people you would like to donate to. Contact them in advance to find out what kind of donations they accept and whether there are particular items they need. Then let the search commence. Thrift shopping is like treasure hunting; many of the shop's wares will be of no use to … Continue reading #48. Go thrift shopping.
And Then There Were None (ATTWN) is an organization devoted to helping abortion clinic staff leave the industry. ATTWN helps with resume writing and limited transitional income. The organization offers scholarships for pursuing certifications or advanced degrees in the medical field. It can also connect former clinic workers with Christian pastors or licensed therapists to … Continue reading #38. Help abortion clinic workers learn about And Then There Were None.
One major way to support pregnancy resource centers (PRCs) is to make sure your community knows where they are and what services they offer. Ask your local PRC for a stack of their business cards. (If it doesn't have any, ask if you can donate to have some printed.) Once you have the cards, leave … Continue reading #27. Leave business cards for your local pregnancy resource center.
Call them up, tell them you'd love to buy lunch sometime this week, get their orders, and bring the lunch to them and say hi. Or order for delivery. Or get them bagels or donuts for breakfast. It all works. In general, the goal is to emotionally support those in your community who do pro-life … Continue reading #22. Buy lunch for your local pregnancy resource center.
Approximately half of American women are against abortion, and many of us would prefer pre- and post-natal care from providers who recognize our embryos and fetuses as our valuable children. At minimum, should there be complications during our pregnancies, we would like a healthcare team that will work with us to find solutions in the … Continue reading #21. Find pro-life healthcare providers.
Pro-life organizations usually have many simple yet time-consuming tasks their staff could use help with. Sending thank you notes is a great example--this job is an important part of donor stewardship, which is an important part of the financial health of the organization. Larger orgs will likely have automated this process (although it can't hurt … Continue reading #19. Volunteer to help a pro-life organization by sending thank you notes to donors.
If you have an Amazon account, go to smile.amazon.com, sign in, and choose a nonprofit organization you'd like to support. Amazon will donate a (small) portion of your purchases to that organization. You can search directly or contact your favorite pro-life orgs and ask them if they are eligible for Amazon Smile. There is no … Continue reading #6. Set up your Amazon Smile account to donate to a pro-life organization.
Pregnancy resource centers and maternity homes often accept gently used children's books and toys, newborn and infant clothing, maternity clothes, and other items. Look up the organizations nearest you (just Google your city and "pregnancy resource center" or "maternity home") and call them first to find out what items they accept and how they'd like … Continue reading #4. Clean out your closets (and your kids’ closets).