WHO WE ARE & WHAT WE DO

We are an all volunteer organization supporting needy women facing crisis pregnancies and their children.

In 2019, the Gabriel Project Cluster:

  • Distributed grocery food cards totaling over $34,000 to 130+ low-income families.
     

  • Provided approximately 47,000 diapers and over 500 containers of baby wipes to 130+ low-income women and their babies.
     

  • Provided diaper bags with baby lotion, shampoo, blankets, bottles, and other essential baby items to over 60 women facing crisis pregnancies. 
     

  • Provided $16,520 in financial assistance for pre-natal care to 46 low-income women facing crisis pregnancies. 
     

  • Provided clothing for both cold and warm seasons in approximately 400 requests made by 130+ needy mothers and their families, ranging from 1 to 5 children each, including full wardrobes, socks, underwear, shoes, boots, coats, hats, and gloves.  We provided toys and books in each of the approximately 400 requests as well.  
     

  • Provided 58 new cribs and 62 new mattresses, as well as 116 sets of baby crib sheets, to approximately 55 low-income mothers and their babies at a cost of over $11,000. 
     

  • Provided new double strollers to 5 needy families and new single strollers to 35+ needy families, at a cost of about $4,900.  
     

  • Provided over 140 cans of infant formula, valued at approximately $4,800, to approximately 50 mothers.

Hear about some of the mothers we've helped recently here.
Learn more about our leadership team here.
Review our financial information here.
Read more about how to support our work here.