Lifeline Family Center Benefit Featuring Pam Tebow Raises $160,000
Online PR News – 10-April-2013 – Fort Myers, FL – Center offers hope for young women in unplanned pregnancies
(Fort Myers – April 9, 2013) – Pam Tebow, mother of Heisman Trophy winner and NFL Quarterback Tim Tebow, spoke to nearly 600 guests at the Lifeline Family Center Annual Benefit on March 21 at McGregor Baptist Church in Fort Myers. She related her experiences as a mother, a missionary and teacher. The benefit raised $160,000 for the crisis pregnancy center.
Tebow encouraged the audience to support the work of Lifeline Family Center either financially or by volunteering. Lifeline Family Center is a privately-funded organization dedicated to providing hope for young women in unplanned pregnancies by offering a 2-year residential program in a safe and secure Christian home. The goal of Lifeline Family Center is to enable young women to redirect their lives by breaking the cycle of poverty, abuse and neglect. Lifeline also promotes the message of abstinence in local schools and provides post-abortion counseling and education.
Since 1996, Lifeline Family Center has cared for nearly 150 mothers and their children in their residential program and their outreach program has served more than 1,000.
A “Lifeline Mom” also related her experiences and shared an inspirational message about how Lifeline has changed her life and that of her son.
“We are so grateful to Pam for helping us spread the word about Lifeline Family Center,” said Kathy Miller, executive director of Lifeline Family Center. “Lifeline Family Center receives no government funding, so the support of our sponsors and donors is critical to continuing our mission.”
For more information call Lifeline Family Center at (239)242-7238 or visit www.lifelinefamilycenter.org.
About Lifeline Family Center
Established in 1996, Lifeline Family Center is a 501c3 privately-funded organization. They are dedicated to providing hope for young women from Southwest Florida and throughout the United States in unplanned pregnancies by offering a 2-year residential program in a safe and secure Christian home. The goal of Lifeline Family Center is to enable young women to redirect their lives by breaking the cycle of poverty, abuse and neglect. Lifeline Family Center has a community outreach ministry with satellite locations in Lee County to provide free pregnancy testing and crisis pregnancy counseling offering abortion alternatives. For more information call Kathy Miller at (239) 242-7238, email email@example.com or visit www.lifelinefamilycenter.org