The Dessert & Celebration on October 2, 2021 was a wonderful time of connection and celebrating God's provision for Hope and its patients. If you weren't able to attend, visit the links below to view the full program or watch our speakers individually.
2021 Dessert - Full Program
Save the Date for next year's Dessert - October 22, 2022!
Contact Beth Maurer with any questions. 503-364-2464 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Save the Date for the 2022 Baby Bottle Campaign: May 8 - June 19, 2022
At Hope we value both mother and baby, knowing that when we provide the help and support that the mother needs, she is able to make a choice for life. This campaign is a great way for your congregation or group as well as families with young children to talk about compassion and showing God's love to those in need.
All of the funds collected go directly to our free patient care.
This year, we will be offering three options for church participation
1. In-person bottle distribution (pre-Covid model)
2. Virtual - no bottles, but videos and online donation forms available
3. Hybrid - a bit of both will be available to your congregation.
If your church or group would like to participate in our 2022 campaign, please sign up using the BBC Sign Up form or by contacting Whitney Ned at email@example.com.
Save the Date!! Join us at Minto-Brown Island Park on Saturday August 20th for the 2022 Hope Run - a fundraising event in support of our mission to empower women who are unprepared for pregnancy to make healthy, life-affirming decisions, and to introduce them to Jesus.
By running or walking and by raising funds, YOU play an active part in providing a compassionate and confidential environment for patients to be heard and receive accurate information and medical care. Your support also provides parenting support and classes, along with needed baby and maternity items for women choosing life for their babies.
Choose your course option: 10k or 5k run, 5k walk or 1k family fun run/walk. This chip-timed event takes you through the beautiful grounds of Minto Brown Park in Salem.