- Pregnancy Helpline - Madison WI
Pregnancy Helpline, Inc of Madison
Pregnancy Helpline of Madison is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization supporting Madison-area families for 35 years.
The mission of Pregnancy Helpline Inc is to provide life-affirming compassionate care; giving accurate information, material support, and community referrals to women and their families before, during, and after pregnancy.
A Helpline- Support, Resources and Referrals
Sharing Center for Material Goods
A Diaper Bank - Madison Free Diapers
Baby Care Package Program
Safe Sleep Program - Safe Sleep Madison
Our library of over 150 family and pregnancy referral sources is a resource for alternatives to abortion in Madison, WI, women’s health in Madison, WI and medical, legal and material goods information, and all programs are free of charge to women, men, and families.
- St Vincent de Paul Society of Madison
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is one of the longest-serving charitable organizations in the world. The Society was founded in 1833 in France by six university students. Committed to offering person-to-person service to people who are poor, suffering or forgotten, the Society those young people founded rapidly spread across Europe, reached the United States by 1845 and was operating in Milwaukee by 1848.
Working for Nine Decades to Alleviate Local Poverty
A membership organization, the Society began working in Madison in 1925 with two parish-based groups of members serving their neighbors in need. Today, programs the Society operates in Dane County include a large customer-choice food pantry, a charitable pharmacy, storage for the goods of persons who are homeless, seven thrift stores offering direct charity, housing at Port St. Vincent de Paul and St. Elizabeth Ann Seton House, and several other forms of assistance for people struggling with poverty.
More than 400 St. Vincent de Paul members serve through 18 member groups (“conferences”) around Dane County. These volunteers continually strive to carry on the compassionate work begun when our founders formed the Society in France more than 180 years ago. We operate locally as the District Council of Madison, Inc., Society of St. Vincent de Paul, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. Services our Society provides are offered without regard to race, ethnicity, religious belief, gender or other characteristics unrelated to the need we encounter among those we are privileged to help. (Click here for more information about the history of our work in Dane County. Click here if you are looking for the “Contact Us” page.)
For information about the nonprofit status of the District Council of Madison, Inc, Society of St. Vincent de Paul – as well as IRS and financial documentation – click the seal above (for another organization’s informational site).
- Women's Care Center Madison
Saving babies and moms, hundreds and hundreds of them…one at a time!
The Madison center opened its doors in March 2012 across the street from the Planned Parenthood abortion clinic.
Donors like you sustain this center as a beacon of hope for pregnant women. Because of the support and love, almost all women served to make a courageous choice for life. At the same time, moms and dads are being taught to be good parents through parenting classes, literacy training, self-sufficiency education, and incentive programs where parents are encouraged to set goals and finish their educations.