For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.Matthew 6:21 (NIV)
The newborn babies, and those soon to be born, have life because of your commitment to this ministry. Sharing the good news that Jesus came that they may have life, and have it abundantly is what Solutions Health & Pregnancy Center is all about!
Together, by the grace of God, we can save more precious lives in Monmouth County. Help us be a voice for the voiceless. We covet your prayers and financial support.
You can make a meaningful gift online, via text, or by mail. Learn about how we plan to put your money to good use.
Give by Text
Send us a text message to 732-810-0076 with the amount you would like to contribute. Make sure to include the dollar sign before the amount.
Example: $25. Within a few minutes, you’ll be sent a text with a link to register. Click on the link and enter your cardholder name and credit or debit card information. Once your registration is complete, you will receive a text verification and a receipt via email. For future giving, simply send a text with the amount you wish to give, and it will process automatically!
Donate by Mail
You can also donate by paper check.
Make checks payable to “Solutions Health & Pregnancy Center” and mail to 837 Broad Street, Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
How We Put Your Money to Work
Our center is successful because of the contributions of countless passionate donors. As our center grows, our needs grow as well. Below are some of the way we plan to utilize your investment in our minsitry.
- $55,000 to staff our new sattelite office in downtown Freehold
- $35,000 to provide Sexually Transmitted Disease(STD) tests and treatment for 100 women
- $15,000 to reach 1000 abortion vulnerable women using social media and Google ads
- $32,0000 for 26 weeks of T.V. and Digital media ads reaching 10,000 women at risk for abortion and Sexual Transmitted Diseases
- $5,000 to recruit and train 20 new volunteers to serve an additional 150 new clients
- $10,000 to fully fund the abstinence education program reaching 3,800 students this school year