Get to the #HeartOfTheMatter with our Executive Director, Olivia Bossert (January 30, 2019).
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Support through Giving
Support our ministry with gifts of needed items and monetary donations: The Care Net Pregnancy Center of Southern Maryland is a 501c3 organization, locally organized and funded solely by donations from churches, organizations, groups, and individuals within the community. The Center is not affiliated with any one church or denomination; we are a non-political, non-profit, interdenominational Christian ministry that provides services to all, without discrimination. All gifts are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law. Along with monetary gifts, we welcome donations of:
- Baby clothes (good, used condition, sizes newborn to 4T)
- Baby equipment and furniture that meets current laws and safety standards
- Baby hygiene items (shampoo, lotions, etc)
- Disposable diapers and wipes
- Maternity clothes
Our work is made possible through the generous support of our financial partners. Every financial gift, no matter how great or small, helps us continue these vital ministry and outreach efforts. Please prayerfully consider how you may contribute.
Prayer for our clients and our ministry is an integral part of our day. Please join us in praying for God to draw women and men to our centers.
Become a Volunteer
Interested in becoming equipped to serve women and families through our ministry? We have a job that is right for you! From sorting donations to helping with fundraising events to serving as a client advocate there are many volunteer positions available.
Men – don’t be left out – we need male volunteers!
We currently have a Fatherhood Mentorship Program for incarcerated dads in Calvert County and we are planning to start one in St. Mary’s County as well. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 24 million children in America – one out of three – live without their biological father in the home. This means there is a father factor in nearly all of the societal ills facing America today. Research shows when a child is raised in a father-absent home, he or she is affected in many ways. Children are more likely to have behavioral problems, more likely to abuse drugs and alcohol, two times more likely to suffer obesity, and two times more likely to drop out of high school… and more.
YOU can be a part of the solution. If you are interested in being a part of this life-changing program, please call us at 301-737-4604.