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Care Net 101 (Pierce County)

Not sure how you can support and promote life in Tacoma and Pierce County? We’ll show you how.

SaturdaySeptember 14 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
    Evangelical Reformed Church 7435 S Madison St, Tacoma, WA 98409
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Care Net 101 Webinar

Not sure how you can support life and offer free pregnancy help to women and families in King and Pierce County? We’ll show you how.

FridaySeptember 21 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
    Online
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Fall Baby Bottle Drive

Join us September 29-October 27 in providing hope and life-affirming care to women and families in the Seattle and Tacoma Washington areas.

Sunday - SundaySeptember 29 - October 27
    N/A

Hear Why Our Donors Give!

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Alan and Crystal M

Care Net saves lives and shares the love of God with our clients. From the bottom of my heart, I know God is very pleased with the work being done and through Care Net.

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Pastor Ben Sansburn, Summit Christian Fellowship

The gospel compels us as churches not only to stand for the sanctity of life in the public square, but to sacrificially serve the cause of life on the street-level of our communities. We are deeply involved in supporting Care Net financially and practically because they are doing just that.

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Bonnie H

Care Net is a caring ministry—body, soul, and spirit. They offer generous help to women, their babies, and men, not condemning or judging, but helping in every way possible.

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Pastor Kurt Mach

We are so thankful for this ministry that brings the love and real life help of Christ Jesus to women and families in the challenges they may face in pregnancy.” -

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Geoffrey and Nancy W

If you believe in life, there is no better place than Care Net to apply that effort. They work to bring life in its fullest sense.

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Pastor Rich Hamlin, Evangelical Reformed Church

We've been partnering with Care Net for over 25 years. In fact, they were the first local ministry our church chose to support