Hope Pregnancy Center in Clarksville held their annual fundraising banquet Thursday evening, September 22 at the Wilma Rudolph Event Center.
The Hope Center is a medical pregnancy help center committed to providing accurate information and quality services to women and couples with an unexpected pregnancy. With so many options, their goal is to give those in need the information and space needed to make a decision they will be happy with.
The Center had their mobile ultrasound unit on display, pulled into the event hall and open for tours. Their team offered walk-throughs and more information about their sonographer unit and the steps the team is taking to get it on the road.
The event was designed to help get hope on the street. The fundraiser was a complimentary meal with an investment challenge to help fund their growing mobile mission. Dinner was catered by Relish Bakery and Catering and the live harp music was provided Deanna Loveland.
Martha Sitzler is the executive director at Hope Pregnancy Center who spoke at the event. Sitzler welcomed their guests and began by talking of the future for the new mobile unit. The mobile unit is set for a makeover with a new logo and wrap and the inside has been modified to offer sonograms for pregnant women. Pamphlets and information were available inside and the back of the unit had a private, comfortable room to give mothers a chance to see their unborn child.
Each year, the pregnancy center helps over 800 people through their services. To learn more about the Hope Pregnancy Center call (931) 645-2273, visit www.hopepregnancy.net or visit them at 325 N 2nd Street, Clarksville.