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October 2015 News

Eva’s Place collecting loose change for 2nd birthday

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It’s on again.  Following the success of last year’s Baby Bottle Month in October, Eva’s Place is again releasing 500 Baby Bottles throughout Toowoomba for people to fill with their loose change.  

“This is our annual fundraising activity,” said Eva’s Place  coordinator Juliet Ballinger, “and we ask the community to get behind the wonderful work that’s happening here.”

Stories of women’s lives changed and babies’ lives saved are starting to flow from Eva’s Place.  

Supporting women in unintended or crisis pregnancy is very personal and what each young woman needs for support differs from one to another.  

“It’s so exciting to see a woman realise, with the help of her support person, that she actually has the hope and courage it takes to decide to continue her pregnancy, and that she’s not alone in the world,” said Natalie Dorman, one of Eva’s Place pregnancy consultants.  

“We are delighted that three women in the last month have chosen life for themselves and their babies.”

Natalie personally worked with one of these women and feels blessed to be a part of her ongoing support team at Eva’s Place.

Baby Bottle Month coincides with Eva’s Place second birthday.  Baby bottles can be picked up from Eva’s Place at 5 Bell St, by calling 4642 1910 or from Koorong.

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