What is a Baby Bottle Campaign?
Agape’s Baby Bottle Campaign is a fun and simple way for churches, private schools and civic groups to help young women facing an unplanned pregnancy. Agape does not accept any government funding, so the funds raised from our annual “Change…for Life” Baby Bottle Campaign help sustain this life-saving ministry.
How does it work?
Participating in the baby bottle campaign is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
- Agape delivers empty baby bottles prior to the launch of the campaign, then bottles are distributed to participants.
- Participants fill the bottle with cash, change or checks. When the bottle is filled, it is returned to the church, school or organization.
- At the end of the campaign, a representative from Agape can pick up the filled bottles or your group can bring them to us, whatever is preferred.
Promotional Resources for the 2019 Baby Bottle Campaign
Encourage participants to share photos with their baby bottles by sharing to or tagging Agape’s Facebook or Instagram page. Use the hashtag #changeforlife.
What is done with the money once it is collected?
Agape uses all fundraising dollars, including Baby Bottle receipts to fund our programming to mothers and fathers facing unplanned pregnancy.
What is Agape and who does it help?
Agape helps mothers facing unplanned pregnancy by providing free pregnancy tests, ultrasounds, and classes including prenatal care, newborn classes, birthing classes and Bible studies. Each mother and father who enrolls in one of our classes earns Mommy Money or Daddy Dollars to spend on much-needed baby items in our on-site layette.
Our main priority, however, is sharing the love of Christ with each and every person who walks through our doors. We have shared the gospel 575 times in the last year, and have seen hundreds of women and families commit their lives to Christ since opening our doors in 2004.
How else can my church help Agape?
We are always looking for volunteers and our on-site layette is always in need of new baby items. We also can always use churches to partner with us in hosting & teaching our Foundations Classes. Our new mobile unit will be rolling out in the spring, and we could use volunteers to drive, maintain and man our unit. To learn more about Agape, to sign up for volunteer training or to see an updated list of our programs, please visit our website at http://www.agapeprc.org.