Single mothers make up 37 percent of homeless families. There are many ways individuals and churches can support women through a pregnancy care centre. Here are nine suggestions:1. Pray for financial resources; guidance for staff and volunteers walking alongside young women; physical, emotional and relational health for mothers and their babies.2. Promote a baby bottle drive or other fundraiser (operationbabybottle.com/home).3. Take your ministry team on a tour of the centre to learn from and pray with its workers.4. Contact your local centre for their wish list and collect needed items such as maternity clothes, quilts, bottles, diapers or meals.5. Volunteer as board members, counsellors, childcare workers, tutors, maintenance workers, donation collectors or baby item sorters.6. Refer friends in need of support during an unexpected pregnancy, miscarriage, parenting challenge or post-abortion grief.7. Ask for permission to host a baby shower for a mom in their program.8. Invite someone from the centre to share a testimony in your church service.9. Adopt a single mother and her children.See also:Church is here for moms Hannah House provides a safe place for young mothersOVPCC: “where we need to be”It’s not about adoption; it’s about the gospelA diamond of great value adoptioncrisis pregnancyPregnancy Care Centre 0 comment Angeline SchellenbergYou may also like Hannah House provides a safe place for young... November 5, 2014Okanagan Valley Pregnancy Care Centre: “where we need... November 2, 2014 A diamond of great value November 1, 2014 It’s not about adoption; it’s about the gospel November 1, 2014 Church is here for moms November 1, 2014 Adoption in Scripture November 1, 2014 The power of “like” November 1, 2014 Child of my heart: Hannah’s story July 1, 2010 The perfect family in God’s time: Eleanna’s story July 1, 2010 Book note July 1, 2010Leave a Comment Cancel ReplySave my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!