On June 4th, 1984, a small group of very nervous volunteers, led by Chuck Pelletier, opened the doors of Mother and Unborn Baby Care’s Pregnancy Center for the very first time, to welcome those scared and vulnerable women who were pregnant and seeking abortions. Working together, they have seen over 60,000 people and saved over 8,500 babies whose Moms were pregnant and seeking abortions. It has been 35 years since that day and Mother & Unborn Baby Care is continuing to fight for the lives of these precious babies, and supporting their worried and frightened Moms. We never abandon our clients, and our services are always offered for free. We have regularly provided transportation, rental assistance, utility assistance, counselling, medical service referrals, material assistance (including clothing, formula, diapers, cribs, and so much more), and financial support to help clear the barriers that our clients face that make their pregnancy a crisis in their eyes.
After leading the efforts of Mother & Unborn Baby Care (MUB) for over 32 years, Chuck died in 2016, leaving the work of the Center to the newly hired Director, the volunteers, and his wife, Pat. The center is growing and getting busier all the time, with a sonographer on staff and new volunteers coming in for training. They have outgrown their present location and need a larger facility to serve the women and the families they will see in the future. And so MUB has begun a fundraising campaign to make it possible to re-locate the Center in a larger, and more accessible location.
We are in desperate need for financial support in the very near term, as we will begin construction on the new center location in the upcoming weeks. Please help us continue our work of saving the lives of the innocent and supporting both mother and child in every way imaginable, for as long as they need us.
If you would like to establish a recurring monthly payment to help support our ongoing operations, please text "give" to 817-631-2266 and follow the link. Every penny goes to support women in extreme crisis and to save the lives of innocent children.