You have the heart and the ability to help expecting mothers who are struggling. Whether you want to serve as a mentor, volunteer behind the scenes, or partner financially with respected support programs, there are many ways you can make a difference in the lives of pregnant moms and their preborn children.
1. Be a Positive Presence
If you know a mom in need, consider how you might be a positive, consistent presence in her life. Maybe you’re a great cook and can help organize meals for her later in her pregnancy. Maybe you could send encouraging texts or offer her rides to prenatal care.
At Soundview Pregnancy Services, we provide expectant mothers with one-on-one support and group education classes throughout their pregnancy and beyond. Our advocates form positive relationships with expecting moms during their appointments at the center.
If you are a licensed healthcare professional, you may also be interested in serving as a Volunteer Educator or a Medical Volunteer. Check out our volunteer opportunities to learn how you can get involved.
2. Make a Difference Behind the Scenes
Research has found that many women expect judgment at church during an unplanned pregnancy. You can make a difference by helping your local congregation share love and care with expectant mothers who are struggling.
Become a church liaison, start an Embrace Group Support Group, or get creative about sharing Soundview with your community. If you have administrative skills, consider volunteering behind the scenes with our event team.
3. Provide Life-Saving Ultrasounds and Material Assistance Through Financial Giving
There are many reasons a woman might consider abortion, including financial concerns. Our programs help bridge gaps by providing ultrasounds, material assistance, and other services at no cost. Your financial giving makes it possible for us to offer all of our care and resources free to struggling moms.
Being pro-life means supporting women at all stages—before, during, and after pregnancy. Contact us to learn more about how you can help expecting moms in need.