Mission: Our mission is to minister to the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those facing difficult decisions regarding unplanned pregnancies by offering life-affirming alternatives to abortion, to promote God’s plan for sexual purity, and to offer God’s restoration to those who are hurting from past abortions.
Results: When we think of volunteers we might think of only of those who come to Pregnancy Resource Center's office and either work with clients or serve in an administrative capacity.
The simple truth however, is that anyone who gives of themselves to the Pregnancy Resource Center is in every sense of the word, a volunteer.
For many of us then, "volunteering" might be from the office where we spend our work week. By choosing to volunteer 30 minutes--or an hour--of our income each month to the Pregnancy Resource Center, we are using that time to volunteer in an effort to save lives, and create a culture of life in our community.
Pregnancy Resource Center is looking for 200 new "Volunteers from the Office" in 2017. If we come on board, the Pregnancy Resource Center can launch some exciting new ways to reach more people in our community and surrounding counties--this year. Interested in volunteering? Click the donate button to begin monthly gifts right from your "office"! You can set up your monthly gift today to start impacting generations!
Target demographics: children, teens, women, men, families, and the unborn.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 975
Geographic areas served: Blount and surrounding counties
Programs: free and confidential services: pregnancy testing, ultrasounds, life skills training, material needs, consultations, and much more.
I remember two amazing ladies staying late to help a new mom with her newborn. She didn't have enough formula and was just not confident in what to do. It was a hour past closing and they took the time to love and help this sweet new mom! She also left with a bag full of things for the baby. Thank you all!
I went to the pregnancy testing and resource center. I was scared and confused when I got there. They calmed me and guided me in a time that I needed it. They were respectful, informative and I left there with more resources than I knew Maryville had! I thank them and I know that I am not the only one who has benefited from their generosity: both physical and spiritual. Truly a special place.