Get Involved

How You Can Help

Get involved with Elizabeth’s New Life Center and give back to your community. Whether that’s through a donation, helping share our mission, or volunteering for one of our many outlets. There are many ways you can contribute to our life-saving mission.

Volunteer OpportunitiesMake a Financial Donation
Host

Run a Fundraiser

Anytime During the Year – Host a fun and easy campaign at your church, school, or business. We provide bottles that participants fill with coins, bills, or checks to help save and enrich lives in our community. Participants return “filled” bottles at a designated time and location.

Show Up

Be a Volunteer

Elizabeth’s New Life Center thrives with the help of enthusiastic, caring volunteers who give their time, energy, and talents to support our cause. Our volunteers span all age groups, perform a variety of services, and lend their experience and expertise days and evenings, weekdays and weekends, regularly or occasionally, depending upon their availability.

 

Give Back

Make a Donation

When you give a General Donation, we are able to allocate your funds to support area of greatest need. We’ve found that it takes just $500 to save the life of one baby.

Connect

Invite others

Invite friends and family to follow us on social media. By using social media platforms like Facebook we are able to expand our reach to donors, volunteers, and influencers that help fulfill our mission.

Donate Items

Donate to Our Boutique

Anytime During the Year – Donate items to our baby boutique! Our boutique allows parents to get much needed supplies for their newborn. Click the button below to see what items we accept and where to drop the items off!

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Administration

We have various administrative duties which can include accounting, information technology or other tasks like answering phones. Most of these opportunities would occur during working hours, Monday through Friday.

Babysitting

We often offer babysitting for our clients attending group classes. Volunteers should be at least 14 years old; classes are held Monday through Friday, generally in the daytime with some evenings.

Board Member

We are always looking for qualified board members to advise our organization on best practices finances, strategic initiatives and more. If you feel a calling for servant leadership, ENLC may have a spot for you. Board members attend bi-monthly meetings and special events throughout the year, as well as market and support the organization.

Boutique Assistant

We operate five boutiques that serve our clients. Your time would be spent helping display and receive donations and helping clients as they shop. Hours would depend on the specific location.

Cleaning

Our Women’s Centers have the need for weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, and even quarterly cleaning. If you like to clean and want to help our life-saving mission, we have a spot for you.

Client Education

Are you an expert at a skill that might serve our clients? We are always looking forward to adding topics to our client education program. Classes can be held individually or in groups, day or night.

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Client Mentorship

Client mentorship is a great way to serve our clients face to face. We are in need of men and women volunteers, and you do not have to have children to share your experience!

See below for Men’s Mentorship description.

Your time commitment would be flexible based on your availability and the needs of our clients.

College Intern

Does your field of study require you to complete an internship? Contact us and we’ll help determine the best fit for your educational interests.

Maintenance

If you are a skilled tradesman or a reliable handyman, we could use your talents at our various locations for routine maintenance or even one-off projects.

Medical Services

Are you an M.D., R.N., or RDMS? Your skills would be crucial to the tremendous care and support we provide to women and families in need.

Men's Mentorship

A male mentor/consultant would be at one of our 8 locations in anticipation of a male client coming into the center. The consultant would be responsible for meeting with male clients and talking them through the options of their partner’s pregnancy including adoption, abortion, and parenting.

Most importantly, the mentor/consultant would serve as a male figure to invest in the client and talk them through their situation as well as entering intake.

We also offer pre-recorded education classes and the male consultant is needed to guide clients as they watch these classes and discuss the topics around fatherhood. 

Many of our male clients have never had a father figure in their life.  The male mentor/consultant can play a key role in shaping the client’s perception about fatherhood and become an encouraging influence as the client chooses to become a father and beyond.

You do not need to be a father to serve our clients in this way! 

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Post-Abortive Support and Healing

You would be trained to lead in the HOPE curriculum, which helps men and women find healing after an abortion.

Prayer Support

Our most desired volunteer service is prayer. Our organization depends upon the Grace of God to serve our clients; your prayerful support is critical. If you sign up, you will receive a monthly list of topics to pray for. When you sign up, you will receive a list of prayer intentions monthly, either via email or snail mail.

Receptionist

Each of our Women’s Centers can use help answering the phones and greeting clients! We need a commitment of four hours a week; we would train you and provide you the chance to be the graceful, kind face our clients first see as they enter our centers. Our Women’s Centers are open Monday-Friday. Closed Saturday and Sunday. Click this link to see the hours of operation for a center near you.

Student Volunteer (age 18 and under)

If you have a heart to serve (or even a school requirement for service hours), we can use your help!

Special Events

We can use your help at the various special events we hold throughout the year, all over the area. Typically we’d need your assistance in the evening, perhaps to help set up and tear down tables, etc.

Saving babies, changing lives

we need your help. Click here to Get Involved.

2201 North Main St., Dayton, OH 45405

 

NOTE: This information is for the admin office, NOT the Women’s Centers. Please see the link below for our Women’s Center addresses.

ENLC Offices 2201 North Main St., Dayton, OH 45405 937.226.7414
Mission: Empower Individuals and Families to make Godly life choices.
Vision: By the grace of God, we humbly labor in the culture of life.

ENLC Statement on Violence and Racism Towards Black Communities – PRIVACY POLICY 
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