Matching Campaign: Give the GIFT of LIFE this Christmas! Challenge Match will DOUBLE your impact!

Dear Choices Partners,

Someone very wise once said, “Compassion is the magnet for supernatural intervention . . . for heaven and earth to move.” In other words, if we want God’s help in this work of transforming — and saving — lives, we need to make compassion for women in deep need our first instinct.

As I think about you and other pro-life friends in the community who support this work, I’m blessed by your commitment to providing help and hope to women facing an unplanned pregnancy with genuine compassion. And that’s why I’m writing in this season of thankfulness and generosity to ask if you’ll consider sending a special gift before the year’s end to show your love and support for mothers in great need.

A special Christmas Matching Grant will DOUBLE your impact now

When you give now — or by December 31 at the latest — your impact will be DOUBLED by a $25,000  Christmas Matching Grant. These funds, provided by a group of generous local friends, mean you’ll have TWICE the lifesaving impact with your gift.

 The women you help with your gift will avoid the overwhelming regret of the decision to end their pregnancy. Instead, they’ll be able to experience the joy of motherhood during these days of celebration. This Christmas, and for many more to come, they’ll be able to rejoice in the life they’ve brought into the world.

Callie’s Story

With the holidays nearly upon us, won’t you stand with Choices Pregnancy Care Center and give now to reach someone like a young woman I’ll call Callie with caring support?

Callie came to the clinic because she had nowhere else to turn for help. She wanted to confirm she was pregnant, of course. A free pregnancy test confirmed the pregnancy. But a limited OB ultrasound revealed . . . twins! Like so many expectant mothers, she had little support — few family or friends to walk with her on this hard journey. She received help plugging into several programs, including a Bible study. A local church “adopted” her by praying regularly, inviting her into their church family and throwing a baby shower.

That’s the kind of compassion I was speaking about at the top of my letter — powerful, life-changing, God-inspired compassion that tells women who are in dire straights that His people care about them, even when times are toughest.

Yes, this Christmas, two more precious babies will have been given the gift of life — saved from a terrible end. Two more children will be alive with the chance to experience the world, serve humanity and know our Lord Jesus.

ONE gift . . . TWICE the lifesaving impact

You can see why Choices’ — and so many women like Callie — need you. Only with your support and God’s grace will they have the chance to see  the heartbeat of their developing child and know what genuine compassion is.

The $25,000 Christmas Matching Challenge Grant is a great place to start. So please send your gift of life now or by December 31. You’ll have TWICE the lifesaving impact with your year-end generosity!

Thank you. God bless you. And Merry Christmas!

Lee Koz, Executive Director

P.S. I realize many worthy causes are seeking your support during these final days of the year. But if you’ve been thinking about sending one more gift of support for Choices Pregnancy this year, now’s the perfect time. Your gift in this season of generosity will be DOUBLED by the special $25,000 Christmas Gift Match. That means you’ll save even more unborn lives AND rescue even more women from hopelessness and regret.

“Change for Life” Baby Bottle Campaign

Join us in saving lives! Fill bottles with spare change, dollars, and checks to help us save babies. One full bottle will hold about $25 in change!

It’s easy to participate; just call 770-535-1245 and request bottles for your organization.

How You Can Encourage People to Fill Baby Bottles:

  • Families: Place a bottle on the kitchen table and add spare change each night.
  • Churches: Give bottles to each class or group member to fill at home.
  • Businesses: Place a large bottle in the break room or on the front counter.

Contact us for more information.