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November 2021 Giving Guide



GIVING GUIDE


NOVEMBER 2021 GIVING GUIDE


"I wasn't sure where to turn, what people would think, or how I would find my way through. Thank you for your unconditional love and grace."


The Central Alberta Pregnancy Care Centre (CAPCC)vision is to be known and embraced by our community as a Centre that extends grace, provides education, and ongoing compassionate support before, during, and after pregnancy. Our programs and services are free*, confidential, and are offered in a safe and non-judgmental environment regardless of age, gender, race, or religion. We currently have Centres in Red Deer, Olds, Rocky Mountain House, Drumheller, and Stettler.


Being primarily privately funded, we rely on the generosity of our community to enable us to run our programs throughout Central Alberta successfully.


Here are examples of where the CAPCC may use your donation. All gifts are welcome and will go towards the operating funds of the CAPCC to allow us to continue to provide services. We appreciate the suggested donation amounts or any other amount you choose to give.


*Maternity Home residents contribute financially to the program as they are able as program fees.


"I would like to thank people who give to the Pregnancy Care Centre. Your donations have made it possible for my child and me to have a brighter, safer future."


Suggested donation $25

Necessities such as diapers, wipes, and formula


Clients of the CAPCC can receive much-needed items such as diapers, wipes, formula, and baby and maternity clothing at no charge.


"Thank you for offering support and letting me get some clothes that actually fit!"

Suggested donation $50

One on one pregnancy options support & Male Mentorship


Unexpected pregnancies can mean big changes and decisions for everyone involved. Our trained client advocates help women and men explore all of their options by providing accurate information on pregnancy, parenting, abortion, and adoption in a safe and non-judgmental environment. Our male volunteers provide Male Mentorship.


"I love how helpful, understanding, and non-judgmental the staff were. I felt safe."

Suggested donation $150 Parenting/ Prenatal Education

  • Free one-on-one prenatal classes for our clients and their support person.

  • Parenting education using Brightcourse curriculum. Bightcourse teaches critical skills for real-life application. 24/7 Dad is a parenting program created just for men.

"The volunteer was a wonderful listener and educator! I appreciated how patient and caring she was and that she gave me some helpful resources."

Suggested donation $500 Support for past sexual abuse/trauma & post-abortion

  • Post Abortion Recovery Education (P.A.R.E.) helps women express and work through the emotions associated with abortion loss.

  • Steps to Sexual Health is a comprehensive approach for dealing with sexual trauma, abuse, or misuse. This 10-week program is aimed at helping women heal from their past.

"I loved the ladies who worked with me. They understood what I was going through and helped me find healing."


Suggested donation $1000

Groceries for one month in Phase 1 of the Maternity Home


The Aerie Maternity Home is a two-phase maternity home program for pregnant teens and young women. It is staffed 24 hours a day and offers a nurturing home, supporting a healthy pregnancy and positive parenting. Phase 1 has the capacity for four pregnant or parenting women to live together. They each have their own bedroom and bathroom with a shared living space and kitchen. The women develop a community by preparing meals together and supporting each other as they adjust to becoming parents.

Suggested donation $1500

Costs for one month of a mom and her child in Phase 2 of the Maternity Home


Phase 2 of The Aerie has the capacity for seven women and their infants. In this phase, they have their own apartments while still accessing support staff day and night. Residents who meet the eligibility criteria enter phase 1 of the program during their pregnancy and move into phase 2 when their infant is approximately six months of age. Phase 2 residents who continue to meet program outcomes may stay until their child is around two years of age. While in phase 2, residents will pursue education and employment pursuits while strengthening their parenting and life skills.

Thank you to our generous community. You have helped so many lives in need of support and unconditional love. Your financial gifts allow women, men, and families facing an unexpected pregnancy to access the resources and tools they need to make a well-informed decision. Four easy ways to donate:

  1. Visit pregnancycare.ca/giving-guide

  2. Fill out the donation card provided below and return it in the mail to: 5116 47 Street, Red Deer, AB T4N 1R9

  3. Send an e-transfer to accounting@pregnancycare.ca

  4. Call 403.343.1611

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Thank you for your continued love and generosity.