OPPORTUNITIES TO GET INVOLVED

 

Diaper Drives:

Contributions to our supply pantry significantly reduce our operating budget. Each month our pantry distributes over 1600 diapers. Though we apply for grants and donations from local retailers, most of our diaper supply is donated by churches and organizations. Contact us for promotional materials.

Boutique Donations:

We’ll welcome baby supplies, gently used clothing up to 6X, toys, strollers, accessories and maternity clothes. Contact us for our most urgent needs.

Volunteer:

The Crossing operates on the strength of its volunteer staff. From the moment a client contacts us, by phone or walking through our doors, there are volunteers making all the areas of compassion and friendship blend together to meet their needs.  Take the first step and find out how.

ADVOCATE:

Help increase community awareness of our services.

  • Can we speak to your organization? 
  • Does your family or youth group need our “Healthy Relationships” program?
  • Is there someone you know who needs our services?

Events:

Annual Banquet, Community Diaper Drive, WALK for LIFE 

 

Giving:

A $100 contribution could provide 10 families with diapers, baby wipes and clothing.
A $50 contribution keeps our doors open to serve a new client needing help and guidance.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to speak to a staff member about your giving. 

Not sure about what to do or how to participate?  Call us at 920-973-4357 or drop us a note.  We will be sure to answer all of your questions and help in anyway we can.

There are usually happy tears at an ultrasound exam. Moms, Dads, Grandmas witness a life at its sweet beginnings…
“Oh! My gosh! This is a baby! I can see little arms and little legs and a perfect little head!”

Let Us Know How You Can Help:

Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present you requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
Philippians 4.6-7