We are pleased to announce the successful completion of this brand-new event which replaced our 2020 in-person fundraising events. We are grateful to our community of supporters who came together virtually to celebrate our pro-life accomplishments and were inspired to give to sustain our ministry.
View the full results on the campaign donation page:
You can still make a donation to the campaign online by credit card HERE or mail checks payable to “Care Net Pregnancy Services of Northern Kentucky” to PO Box 17688, Covington, KY 41017 (memo “HHH campaign”).
For more information, download the Help a Heart from Home flyer: HERE
Thank You to Our 2020 Corporate Sponsors
Please support these businesses whenever possible.
Culture of Life Partner
The Bill Zapp Family
Richard & Debbie Arthur
Dan & Ellen Curtin
Fr. Matthew Cushing
Tom & Mary Ann Edwards
Jim & JoAnn Fedor
Joe & Kathy Fischer
Bob & Cathy Flaig
Tom & Brandy Franxman
Paul & Julie Gallenstein
Dr. Tavis McNair
Dr. Keith and Darlene Murrell
Fr. Bob Rottgers
Scott & Paige Shelton
Eric & Diane Wurzbacher
While the coronavirus health crisis may not allow us to conduct our Mother’s Day to Father’s Day Baby Bottle Campaign in person this spring, we are excited to announce a modified “bottle-free” version of this important fundraiser…
Honoring Mothers and Fathers Spring/Summer 2020 Virtual Baby Bottle Campaign
Three “bottle-free” ways to participate…
That those experiencing an unplanned pregnancy will come to Care Net for support and be empowered to choose life for their babies. Encourage kids to pray along “filling bottles” with this fun coloring activity.
Download Coloring Page: HERE
Your donation will be counted toward your church campaign total. Where indicated, choose “Baby Bottle Campaign” for “Purpose of Donation” and type your church name in the “Special Instructions.”
Make a secure online gift: HERE
DONATE BY MAIL
Mail a check (payable to Care Net Pregnancy Services of Northern Kentucky) to: Care Net, P.O. Box 17688, Covington, KY 41017. Note your church’s baby bottle campaign in the memo.