In, Out, and All About May 2020

In April, Loren Williams picked up some quilts and blankets courtesy of Project Linus and Shirley Avery.  Each client who receives an ultrasound at the Center gets to leave with a handmade blanket or quilt.



We had a visit on April 30th from the Gilbert family who decided to bless our babies in memory of their daughter, Riley, and to honor her on what would have been her 8th birthday. We are touched and so grateful. Thank you Heather, Tim, Reagan, and Brooklyn!



On May 1st, Carl Avrit, FPRC Board Chairman, picked up a picnic table from Tractor Supply courtesy of manager Chad.  This picnic table will allow our staff the opportunity to enjoy lunch outside in the beautiful weather and be able to observe social distancing at lunch time with more ease.




On May 4th, Loren Williams, Community Relations Coordinator, went to Midwest Foodbank for a monthly pick up.  We got much needed baby wipes, diaper ointment, baby lotion, formula and more.   We appreciate their partnership as we serve the vulnerable in our community. Thank you Midwest!  Pictured are Loren with Midwest warehouse worker who loaded everything up for us!


On May 4th, Loren Williams picked up a huge donation of baby wipes, diaper ointment and baby hygiene items from Geiis, Destin, & Dutt in Peachtree City.  They have been donating to the Center for several years and we apprecaite their support.  Special thanks to Leslie Kahoun for making the arrangements and for David and Parker, warehouse employees, who loaded the donation with ease.


We are grateful for the support of SouthPointe Bible Fellowship in Fayetteville. Luci Hough, Executive Director, attended drive-in services on Mother’s Day and received a generous donation in honor of the mothers we serve at the Center. Luci is shown receiving a check from Kevin Moss and enjoyed visiting SouthPointe. It was good to see and wave at FPRC volunteers Marilyn Harrison, Donna Moss, Jean Brothers, and Abby Fowler.


Many thanks to Chad Bold and his small group from Fayetteville First Baptist Church for coming by on May 6th to assemble our new picnic table!



On May 30th we received a generous donation of storage containers from Home Depot Peachtree City.  These will be used to keep the off-season baby clothes fresh and clean until they are needed by the families we serve. Kaniesha is pictured with Community Relations Coordinator Loren Williams and she was a huge help. We also appreciate store manager Larry Wilson for approving the donation. 

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