Help Women and Babies This Christmas


Help Women and Babies This Christmas

Bradley Mattes   |   December 19, 2019

Christmas is a time for giving – a reminder God gave us the best gift of all, our Savior Jesus Christ.  If you’re looking for a worthy recipient for a gift, consider your local pro-life pregnancy help center.  They’re working to make life better for countless women facing an unexpected pregnancy.  You can help by donating new baby wipes, formula, diapers, car seats, cribs and more.  They accept gently used highchairs, diaper bags, baby clothes, toys and other items.  Share your joy of the true meaning of Christmas by being an ambassador for Christ.  Visit and click on the microphone icon for all the information you’ll need.  May this Advent season find us eager to follow the example of Tabitha in Acts 9:36.

Find a nearby pro-life pregnancy help center and be an ambassador for Christ. These are crucially needed Christmas time items for expectant mothers and their babies:


Baby wipes
Infant/baby formula
Diapers (Newborn, 1, 2, and 3)
Baby bath/lotion/shampoo
New infant car seats
New cribs with mattress

Gently Used or New:

Diaper bags
Baby towels and washcloths
Baby Clothes 0-2T
Baby toys up to 2T
Swings, bouncer chairs, changing tables, basinets, Pack ’n Plays
Or any baby items suitable for 0-12 months

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