Sanctity of Human Life Sunday
January 19, 2020
January 19 marks the anniversary of our Supreme Court's 1973 decision to legalize abortion throughout the United States -- the devastating decision that has led to millions of lives being lost to and touched by abortion.
Every day in Dane County, two babies lose their lives to abortion. Their mothers feel they have no other options.
And if that baby is a minority? Their chance at life is even slimmer.
The abortion rate is two times greater for babies who are Hispanic and nearly four times greater for babies who are black. This injustice has to stop. And it can, with your help.
There is hope. Every day in Dane County, Care Net is there to offer help, hope and healing to women, men and families facing unintended pregnancies.
You Can Make a Difference
Spread the word. Ask your pastor or church leadership if they would take five minutes to highlight God’s view on the Sanctity of Human Life.
Pray for those facing unintended pregnancies. For those who are carrying their babies to term even as they face hardship and ongoing struggles. And those who are living with the sorrow of past abortions.
Join us in proclaiming the value of every life on Sanctity of Human Life Sunday.
This year on Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, we join with others across the country to lament the tragedy of abortion and the millions of lives lost to it. Sanctity of Human Life Sunday provides an opportunity to involve your church, Bible study, or group in bringing life-affirming resources to your faith community and to empower women and men to choose life for their unborn children.
Together we are saving lives, one mom, one dad, one baby at a time!
To request a speaker or resources complete the online form or contact us.To find out more, contact us at 608-259-1606 or via email.
Resources available to help your church share a life-affirming message in a compassionate and loving way:
Contact us today to be included in our YEAR long observance.
Request Speaker or Materials for Your Church
Baby Bottle Campaign
You Can Save and Change a Life
What is it? Care Net's Baby Bottle Campaign is a fun and easy way for churches and groups to join us in transforming and saving vulnerable lives in our community!
What should I know about the Baby Bottle Campaign? Many area churches and a few community organizations partner with us by distributing empty baby bottles to people just like you! Individuals and families take a bottle home, fill it with coins, cash or a check and return it at the end of the campaign. Your spare change brings help and hope for the moms, dads and babies we serve.
The Baby Bottle Campaign is a fun way for the whole family to get involved in making an eternal difference in the lives of others! Kids love to help fill the bottles and it’s a great way for them to help the next generation.
How do I participate? The Baby Bottle Campaign is simple to administer and we’ll provide you with everything you need! Request baby bottles and resources by downloading this request form and emailing it to us.
If you’d like a guest speaker to help promote this campaign, click here.
How do I know if my church or organization is participating? Contact Becky, or by phone at 608-259-1606. We can help you plan your own Baby Bottle Campaign!
Thank you to our Baby Bottle Campaign Sponsors:
Champion Sponsor: Pellitteri Waste Systems
The Healthy Place/Apple Wellness
Defender Sponsors: Degnan Design-Build-Remodel
Protector Sponsors: McFarland State Bank
Advocate Sponsor: In Business
2019 Annual Banquet
November 14, 2019
Thank you to everyone who attended, supported and prayed for our annual banquet! We had over 512 register for the event. The Monona Terrace Ballroom was full of people from many different churches all coming together to support women and men facing unintended pregnancies. We heard patient testimonies, updates on the new Mobile Clinic from our CEO Liz Osborn, and learned how to share our pro-life views from Scott Klusendorf.
A special thanks to this year's banquet underwriters: Tom & Michele Pellitteri, Gary & Jade Gussel Foundation, Adesys IT Specialists, Degnan Design-Build-Remodel, Alex Pudlo, Lisa Neumann-Pudlo, The Wood Cycle of Wisconsin, Thysse Printing, and Wegner CPAs