Now is the time to start thinking about your church or organization’s Baby Bottle Campaign!
Hope Unlimited Family Care Center distributes baby bottles Mother’s Day to Father’s Day each year. People fill bottles with cash, change and checks, with a goal to have each bottle contain $30. Every penny supports and empowers moms and dads to grow stronger families. Last year, more than 100 churches and many more businesses helped Hope Unlimited Family Care Center raise about $44,000 for parents on both sides of the Ohio River.
Starting or improving your campaign is easy! We would love to talk to you about how you can help families by filling a bottle. Call or email us today!
Thank you so much for a strong start to 2018… Because of your generous giving, Hope Unlimited Family Care Center will reach moms and dads who feel alone!
We asked many of you to contribute at the end of last year, setting a goal to see 50 new patients in our prenatal care clinic and give them a first glimpse of their growing babies. We also wanted to provide an opportunity for restoration for 15 people impacted by abortion.
Your overwhelming response makes us realize we, too are Not Alone when we work to support, empower and love families in our community. Thank you for partnering with us!
“In the last two years I have been coming to Hope Unlimited Family Care Center, I have spent less than $45 on diapers for both of my children. I am relieved and less stressed! With everything we have been through in the last year, Hope has been a Godsend.”
– Amber Hunt, Paducah mom
“Hope Unlimited [Family C
are Center] is opportunity, in the purest sense of the word. Jobs for Life is an opportunity to hone my skills at job searches and network out… get a leg up. [I’m] acquiring the skills I’m going to need for future endeavors in the workforce. It’s a great place. You can get the help you need there.”
- Will Burgess, Jobs for Life Student
Our Young Adult Development Team’s calendar is filling up, as it serves schools on both sides of the Ohio River. Young Adult Development Director Keisha Hopkins will be joined by Educator Derek Waddell for the four-day long Positive Potential program. This dynamic duo plans to serve schools in Ballard, Livingston, McCracken counties in Kentucky and Johnson County, Illinois… and hopefully beyond!
Positive Potential is a state-supported curriculum allowing sixth through ninth graders to practice critical skills like decision-making, goal-setting, and the power of choice. These students also explore healthy and unhealthy relationships and their consequences. Keisha and Derek bring the info and the fun, with games, prizes and giveaways!