Pregnancy Counseling & Information Center
Helping you make informed decisions about your baby

Fundraising Events

Banquet, Laps for Life and Baby Bottle Fundraisers

Fundraising Banquet

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Next Year's Banquet

Please join us next spring for the 31st annual Fundraising Banquet May 16, 2020 6:30 pm. Venue tbd.

You may choose to

  • Host a table (invite a total of 8 people to sit at your table, who are interested in the PCIC ministry and able to make a donation or be a future volunteer.)

  • Come as a guest of one of our hosts.

  • Come as a guest in general seating.

  • Help with planning and/or decorating.

2019 Banquet

At our banquet on May 18, 2019, we enjoyed an amazing fundraising banquet, where we listened to beautiful music, won items at a raffle, listened to our client story and heard inspiring words from Executive Director, Scotty Dolence. $22,986 was raised from many generous donors.

Laps for Life

 
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Held on August 17, 2019

We again had a record breaking amount of pledges for Laps for Life 2019 - $26,443.60. God is good! Laps for Life was held at Wortman Park, August 17th. There were 45 walkers and a crowd of family supporters.

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Please join us next summer for Laps for Life 2020, a Saturday in mid to late August.

Laps for Life 2019 Pledge Sheet

Details: for This year’s walk: August 17, 2019

  • Dixie won the Grand Prize with pledges of $7,318.

  • Adele and Scott were in 2nd and 3rd places with $5,120 and $4,760 in pledges.

  • Marie, Jean and Lorie also raised more than $1,000 each.

  • Calvary Mac had the most participants from a church. Rock Point had the most participants from a youth group. Pastor Don Shelton of Willamina Christian Church was the pastor with most pledged.

  • 4 children from the Nice family raised $725 together.

  • Many local businesses donated prizes for the event. Watch for a list of these amazing businesses soon.

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Baby Bottles for Life

We are super excited to share with you that the Mother’s Day/Father’s Day campaign was our most successful yet. $21,313 was raised from 15 participating churches. If you forgot to bring your bottle back or have an empty one at home, bottles will continue to be collected at your church or can be dropped off at one of our centers. No time limit :)

  • Churches in McMinnville, Newberg and surrounding communities participate in this fundraiser.

  • Our next campaign will start around January 19, 2020.

  • Each church family takes home a baby bottle, fills it with money, checks and coin and brings it back to their church.

  • It is a fun way for your church family to make a difference in your community. It is amazing to see how fast pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters add up.

  • Please contact us if your church would like to be included in this fun event.

  • Ways you can help: We need a liaison from each church; We need helpers to tag bottles.