WASHINGTON PREGNANCY CARE CENTER

The PCC is an outreach ministry that assists women with unplanned pregnancies, with material and spiritual needs along with pre- and post-natal lessons. The center also welcomes the fathers and mothers with small children who have a need for our services.

The center is in the process of becoming a medical facility. We have a nurse and a medical director joining our team. Due to the need for additional space for an ultrasound room and a nurses station, we are going to relocate. The use of the ultrasound will allow the mothers and fathers to see their unborn baby and will help them choose life for their baby. Donations are needed to help finance the building. In the memo section of your check please write building fund. Also monthly donations are greatly appreciated to help us with day to day expenses. Checks can be made out and sent to Washington Pregnancy Care Center, P.O. Box 589, Washington, IN 47501. Anyone is welcome to schedule a tour of our facility by calling 812-257-1041. Hours for the PCC are as follows: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Closed from noon to 1 p.m. for lunch.

Feed My Sheep

If you're cleaning out your freezer to make room for new meat, or if you have left over fresh produce, please consider donating the items you're getting rid of. Paper goods, cleaning supplies, large paper and grocery sacks are also accepted. Feed My Sheep supplies food to over 500 families each month. Many churches, organizations and individuals work together to stock the shelves of this countywide service. Volunteers are needed regularly to serve the countywide food pantry. During the monthly distributions in Washington and Odon, (and on Thursday evenings after the third Saturday distribution) volunteers assist with set up, guiding consumers through the line and clean up. For information or to volunteer, call or leave a message at 812-254-5429.

ST. VINCENT de PAUL

St. Vincent de Paul is a worldwide Christian community formed to help the poor. The local St. Vincent de Paul Society provides emergency aid to families in our community for rent, heat, electric, food, medical, clothing, etc. You can help by donating items to the St. Vincent Store with all proceeds from the store used for emergency aid. St. Vincent is also in need of monetary donations. Donations may be sent to: St. Vincent de Paul, 815 E. Main St., Washington, IN 47501

Posting to "Ways To Help Others"

If you represent an agency, ministry, or church serving anywhere in Daviess County that is in need of donations or volunteers, you may send a posting request to "Ways To Help Others" at P.O. Box 1014, Washington IN 47501, email ways2helpothers@hotmail.com or call Connections at 812-257-2650 for more information.

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