Life-Affirming Pregnancy Services

Life-Affirming Pregnancy Services
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Click here to watch the excitement of "Baby's First Christmas Toy Drive 2018"

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Click here to see our current volunteer opportunities and to download and application!

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Look for your Christmas Card coming to your mailbox, soon.

Thank you for supporting this ministry.

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This Year’s Banquet Video: Click here to watch the feature video from this year’s Fall Fundraising Banquet!

Cookies and Milk: A Pop-Up Christmas Party

You are invited to attend our Pop Up Cookies and Milk Christmas Parties for clients and partners.
 
Dates and places:
  • Monroeville: Monday, December 16th from 3 to 7PM. Corporate One, Bldg. II, Suite 100, 4075 Monroeville Blvd. Monroeville, 15146
  • North Side: Wednesday, December 18th from 3 to 7PM. 425 East Ohio St. Pgh., 15212
  • Oakland: Thursday, December 19th from 3 to 7PM. 4615 Fifth Avenue, Pgh., 15213
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Who’s invited?
Friends of WCN, Families served by Women’s Choice Network, our charitable partners (especially those families with young children), and Pastors and community leaders.
 
What will happen?
Families will enjoy homemade Christmas cookies, fresh milk, coffee and tea along with Christmas music and a visit from Santa who will share the Gospel and the good news about the very first Christmas.
 
Single moms and dads served in our “Life Support” programs browse through the toys and gifts collected by Walnut Grill’s “Baby’s First Christmas Toy Drive” and “shop” for kids 0 to 5 years old. Needy families across Pittsburgh who have completed our programs are eligible for the free toys. 
 
How can you get involved?
  • Plan to Serve: We still need a few hospitality volunteers at all three Pop-Up parties.
  • Plan to Bake: Contact us about baking cookies. Email Lynn. 
  • Please Pray: A Gospel message will be presented. Many young children will hear the Christmas story for the first time. Pray for receptive hearts!
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Our numbers have been increasing at an incredible rate. We need you now more than ever. Click here, and please consider a generous gift or monthly pledge so more moms will say “yes” to the little lives they carry!

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Click here to see our current volunteer opportunities and to download and application!

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Missed the Fall Fundraising Banquet? Read about it here. 

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Four Client Stories: Click here to watch true stories from some of our clients.

We Are Still Winning

The recent New York decision to allow abortion up to the date of delivery sends a chilling message to all Christians valuing life. The dark forces seeking to destroy life in the womb are more aggressive, more bold, and more "unmasked" than ever before.

But in the face of this opposition, we are winning this fight! Thanks to your faithful partnership, more and more women in Allegheny County have continued to visit our centers. Our medical services and Christ centered approach lead over 80% of abortion vulnerable couples to choose life. With multiple locations in Pittsburgh, we are rescuing one child from abortion every single day. That's right, over 370 little ones saved in 2018. While we are reaching people one at a time in our centers and in our schools, the larger battle is being won.

Guidestar Platinum Seal of Transparency

We’re committed to the highest level of transparency! WCN earned a 2019 Platinum Seal of Transparency--the highest level. We've shared our outcomes showcasing the progress and results we’re making toward our mission! Check out our updated GuideStar profile today https://www.guidestar.org/profile/25-1485574

Upcoming Events

Baby's First Christmas Toy Drive starts now. Share the Joy of Jesus' birth with our WCN client families. Bring toys for infants and toddlers to any Walnut Grill location. 

“I need an abortion.” On a daily basis, our WCN staff hears this short request from clients via text, email and phone. This particular email came from an 18 year old student living in the North Side. Our team members have learned to patiently listen to what the client wants and then present the services that they really need.  “Have you had a sonogram?” was the staff member’s response, “Let’s make an appointment with the nurse.” 

At her visit, “Rayna” revealed that she had already visited an abortion facility but was still not sure what to do. We found that she was open to talk about her options. We watched as she started processing the information during the part of the appointment where we present various pregnancy options and alternatives to abortion. She became even more responsive during the medical intake procedure with our Nurses. During the ultrasound, Rayna’s eyes were fixed on the screen...