Organize a baby bottle drive
A simple way to involve your community in the work of life
The need is great – and baby bottle drives are a great way to get more people thinking, praying and giving toward Caring Network’s ministry.
Bottle drives serve two important purposes for us:
- Awareness. You’ll distribute bottles throughout your church, your organization or your personal network – and people will keep them at home for a few weeks. Each time they reach for loose change, they’ll remember us and perhaps say a prayer to end abortion.
- Fundraising. As much as $75,000 of Caring Network’s annual budget is supplied by bottle drives. That’s important – it goes a long way toward funding God’s work in the lives of pregnant women, new moms and those healing from abortion throughout Illinois.
Your change really does change lives. To organize a bottle drive, contact us with the form at right. We’ll email to tell you how to start.
I’ll help organize a bottle drive
3 steps to start a baby bottle drive
Complete the form above.
We’ll get in touch to supply bottles and to help you plan.
Choose the right time.
A one-to-two month time period works best to distribute and fill physical bottles.
Here are three suggestions:
- January to February, beginning on Sanctity of Life Sunday.
- Spring, March to April
- Mother’s Day to Father’s Day, May to June
Distribute bottles and promote.
We’ll provide all you need – so all you need to do is spread the word.
3 ways for your network to give
Take bottles home.
Collecting spare change by the door or at the dinner table is an easy and encouraging way to raise funds and remember Caring Network.
Our baby bottle drive page lets anyone donate by credit card or bank transfer – and all you have to do is share the link.
They’ll indicate your church or organization when they give so you can track your own drive’s progress.
Donate by mail.
Partners can also mail a check to our administrative office: Caring Network, 1200 Roosevelt Rd, Ste. 114, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137.
Please write “baby bottle” on the memo line.