Donations & Volunteers

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Volunteers are an important of the work of Choices Pregnancy Center.Choices Pregnancy Center operates on a small annual budget supported by donations and volunteer work. Because of faithful supporters, we can offer quality services to our clients.

Donations

Financial donations

Go to our Donations Page to learn how you can either give by check or give online by credit card or PayPal.

Material donations

Would you like to give items for our Baby Buck Boutique, where parents earn the things they need for their families? Or would you like to donate supplies or equipment to keep our services running smoothly? Call us today (507-637-2534) or email us at director@choicespregnancycenter.com to find out what our current needs are.

Volunteers

Much of the work at Choices Pregnancy Center is accomplished by volunteers who offer their talents in many different ways. Read the list to see how you might be able to help. To find out more about applying for any of these volunteers positions, call 507-637-2534, or email director@choicespregnancycenter.com

Board Members

The Board of Directors is the backbone of our center. They meet 8-10 times a year to provide vision and direction, to support the overall health of our organization, and to empower our fundraising efforts.

Office Volunteers

These volunteers sign up for regular times in the office to work alongside the Director and Coordinator of Client Services. Tasks may include answering the phone, completing intake with clients, doing office work, client data entry, organizing the Baby Buck Boutique, and more. Some volunteers may be trained to do client consultation as well. Training is provided as needed for these positions.

Support Volunteers

Some volunteers offer help outside of the office. These individuals may provide help with fundraisers, providing baked goods for special events, preparing mailings, putting up posters, praying for the CPC, doing “handyman” jobs, cleaning used items for the boutique, and more.  These jobs are “as needed,” so volunteers indicate what they are willing to help with, and will be called when there is a need.