There are many ways to get involved at AbbaCare. You can volunteer your time and skills to help us at the center or for special events, and by offering your monetary and material assistance, which helps us provide all of our services free of charge to our clients.
Below are just a few ways to help.
Volunteering is a great way to support the outreach of AbbaCare. We are frequently in need of volunteers for special events, as well as for ongoing needs. Particular volunteer skills needed: graphic design, photography/videography, building maintenance and repair. We are also looking for folks in the Martinsburg area who can help us make connections in the community. If you'd like to find out more about short and long term volunteer opportunities, click below for our contact information.
The ministry of AbbaCare is 100% funded by donations from individuals and organizations. Your gift enables us to reach more men and women with the information they need to make informed decisions, as well as the help and hope they need along the way.
During the COVID-19 pandemic,
the needs, worries, and fears of women facing unplanned pregnancy are amplified. Please consider donating to us during this critical time of ministry.
We are so thankful for donations of diapers, wipes, formula, and baby items to help our clients. We are able to accept new items only. To protect our clients' privacy, donation drop-offs in Winchester are preferred Mon-Thurs, 3pm - 4:30pm or other times by appointment. (For Martinsburg drop-offs, please call 304.726.6582 to schedule.) Current needs: Size 4, 5, and 6 diapers, Similac Advance formula, and
baby toiletries (wash, shampoo, lotion). Thank you!
Our fall fundraising banquet is scheduled for Thursday, October 1 at Fellowship Bible Church (Winchester). Stay tuned HERE for more information in the weeks and months to come!
Have you heard the exciting news? AbbaCare has expanded to Martinsburg! Read more.
Hey Donors and Friends! We are still seeing pregnancy clients daily and we are running low on masks (worn by staff, clients, and their partners). If you have a knack for sewing, or know others who do, can you help us out and/or spread the word? Here are the CDC guidelines for making cloth masks, if that is helpful. In particular, we need more solid colored masks for men. Please call 540.665.9660 or email Jessica@abbacare.org if you can help. Thank so much!