We are thrilled to share that over $148,540 was raised at the Walk for Life. Because so many in our community decided to Join the Movement through generous giving, the funds raised will provide 123 women with The Pregnancy Network’s free services! Over 500 participants took part in the event, both in person at Lawndale
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The Pregnancy Network is volunteer-led, and staff-supported. While staff facilitate the organization, volunteers ultimately carry out the mission. Allison Herrington, our Volunteer Coordinator, joins us on the latest podcast to talk about all of the different volunteer opportunities here at The Pregnancy Network. She shares the mission and vision behind volunteering with The Pregnancy Network.
Wondering how you can support a friend who has shared she is unexpectedly pregnant? No matter how much it may seem like she has it “together,” she likely needs your friendship now more than ever. Don’t miss this opportunity to be a voice of encouragement to her. So, what do you say? Where do you
Easter is a joyful celebration and a great opportunity to make memories with your little ones. If you’re looking for ways to celebrate with your family, look no further! We’ve compiled unique ways that a few of The Pregnancy Network’s own staff members are sharing the Easter story with their loved ones. Easter Egg Painting
Hair pulled back into a ponytail (thanks, mom). Eyes locked and ready to go. “Alright boys and girls! 3-2-1… GO!!!!” The moment I had been waiting for all year. I was on a mission to find the golden egg. Every year, my church hid a golden egg and if you found it, you won $20.
“It looks like you have everything you need. Have a safe trip home!” The midwife smiled and disappeared from the room, taking with her every ounce of parenting confidence I thought I had. I blinked. Waited. The midwife didn’t return. Well then. My husband and I gathered our things along with our sleepy and less
When I was 16 years old, my dad asked if I wanted to go on a mission trip with him to Africa. Immediately, my answer was “YES!” But then, he told me I needed to fundraise and raise $2,500 in a few months. As a 16 year old, this amount of money sounded unreachable. But
We are Hiring This full-time position will be based in our Winston-Salem location. View the full position description below. To apply, please send a resume and cover letter as separate attachments to Development Director, Hope Earwood, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Position Summary The Development Coordinator works with the Development Director to raise funds through churches and individual
During our first month open in Winston-Salem, we had the opportunity to serve 21 women. Our nurses and advocates were able to empower these women to face their unplanned pregnancies without fear. We could not do what we do without our amazing staff, so we wanted to introduce you to the team that serves at
Motherhood is life-changing, but it doesn’t mean you have to put all your dreams on hold. Today we’re highlighting a mom raising five kids while also leading a successful business. `As our Strong Mothers series continues, we’re sharing how Joanna Gaines, the better half of the duo behind “Fixer Upper,” is pursuing her goals while