Baby BottleCampaign 2020
Your change can change lives!
Baby bottles filled with coins, cash and checks to benefit the ministry work at Savannah Care Center--- that's the Baby Bottle Campaign. It's a simple idea with impressive results. In the past, this campaign has raised over $10,000 to support women, men, and babies in our community!
Consider joining us for this year's campaign. It's a great way to get the whole church involved in ministry together, and it's easy to do! Your gifts support women and men that come to Savannah Care Center facing unplanned pregnancy decisions. Through truthful education and the transforming power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, it is our hope they will choose life for their unborn child. They are then offered continuing support, both material and educational until their child reaches age 12. Our goal for 2020 is $25,000, and with your help, that goal can be met!
If you want to use bulletin announcements or a video for your campaign, just let us know and we’ll be sure you get these to you.
Thank you so much for all your efforts to make the Baby Bottle Campaign a success!
STEPS TO SUCCESS
Decide which date you want to start your four to six-week campaign. Whoever is heading up the Baby Bottle Campaign for your church should talk to the pastor or church leader to plan this. Most churches choose to start on Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, January 21st, or Mother’s Day, May 13. If your church would prefer to do it at a different time that fits your schedule better, just let us know.
Gather the materials you'll need.
Baby bottles. We usually recommend one per family.
Bulletin inserts. We can provide the original insert for you to copy, or you can design your own.
Just let us know how many bottles you will need. We would be happy to deliver them to your church.
Start your campaign and look forward to seeing how the change your church or group raises changes lives!
Week 1: Kick-off the Campaign
Distribute the bulletin inserts and baby bottles to your congregation or group. Make an announcement about the campaign in the church service. (This could include having someone from your church explain it or having a speaker from the Center come to kick off your campaign.)
Week 2: Remind your congregation or group about the campaign and that bottles are due back the next week.
Weeks 3 & 4: Collect all the bottles and arrange for them to be picked up.