Green Bay Pregnancy Help, A&A Alexandrina Center has been serving the women of Northeast Wisconsin since 1992 when it was founded by Dorothy O’Mally and Lee Mayer.
Green Bay Pregnancy Help, A&A Alexandrina Center has been serving the women of Northeast Wisconsin since 1992 when it was founded by Dorothy O’Mally and Lee Mayer. For some years prior, both women privately helped pregnant women, eventually founding A&A Alexandrina Center to better serve the growing needs of countless other women.
The known and well- documented harmful physical and psychological side effects experienced by women who have had abortions spurred Dorothy and Lee into formally helping those seeking abortions to consider and understand the risks involved. Understanding the stress that unexpectedly pregnant women experience, Dorothy and Lee created the Center as a place that not only provides women with all the facts about abortion, adoption and single motherhood, but also provides the resources these women needed to make well-informed decisions that would affect the rest of their lives, and obviously, the lives of their pre-born children.
In addition to providing diapers (about 20,000 per year), formula, baby clothes and furniture to new mothers, GB Pregnancy Help, A&A Alexandrina Center, has added a maternity home, The M.O.M’s (Mothers of Mary) Home, that can shelter homeless pregnant women.
Green Bay Pregnancy Help of A&A Alexandrina Center and the M.O.M.’s Home are staffed by a 100-percent volunteer team. The Center is a 501c3 not-for-profit organization sustained solely through private donations, with all donations being tax deductible. No federal or state funding is or ever will be accepted.
The uniqueness of the Center is that all financial donations, services and resources go to those women who come to the Center. Not one member of the staff ever receives a penny.
Thank you for your continuing support.