Beaufort Women’s Center has new location

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The Beaufort Women’s Center has purchased a new building 21A, next to the current location at 25 B Marshellen Dr in the Belleview Business Park. We are now in 21A. The center had wanted a larger building for some time as its grown in services, volunteers and staff. They held a capital campaign and in a matter of three weeks, they were blessed to raise $25,000 which paid a portion of the down payment, and closed on Sept. 28. We actually own the whole building (21A & B) but Fountain of Life Ministry will continue to rent 21B for a year. At that time, the center plans to expand and occupy both sides. The capital campaign continues to help with the shortage on the down payment and fulfill the goal to pay off the mortgage and eliminate the debt altogether.  Additionally, the center will be looking for volunteer painters, framers, electricians and finishers to help with remodeling.
The annual  Walk for Life  will be held at the new location Saturday, November 19. Registration begins at 8:30 and the walk will begin promptly at 9 am.  It’s very easy to get involved — a route that is only 2 miles. Walkers and sponsors are still needed for this event. It’s so easy — they can walk, run, rollerblade, stroll a baby, ride in a wheel chair, skip or hop.
The Beaufort Women’s Center is a faith-based, pregnancy help medical clinic that offers a comprehensive, practical and life-affirming response to women or teens facing an unplanned pregnancy. All funds raised will be used to support the Beaufort Women’s Center so they can continue offering free and confidential services.
The walk is a an opportunity to increase awareness in the community and to raise funds  to support our ongoing ministry to women from all walks of life.
For more information, call 525-0300 and ask for Jo or Donna.

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