Local Pro-Life non-profit organization releases details for an upcoming partnership banquet.
Dayton, OH – xx February, 2017 – On April 6th and 7th, 2017, Elizabeth’s New Life Center will hold their annual Partnership Banquet at the Mandalay Banquet Center in Dayton.
Elizabeth’s New Life Center hosts the annual banquet to support their services including seven Women’s Centers, Holy Family Prenatal Clinic, and Youth Development and Marriage Works programs. The event allows Vivian Koob, the organization’s Executive Director, to inform donors and supporters about the organization’s progress, new programs and future investments while enjoying dinner and an inspiring presentation by an influential voice in the pro-life community.
The highlight of April’s banquet will be guest speaker Henry Flowers, director of Urban Outreach at the Life Issues Institute in Cincinnati. This captivating presenter, who has personal experience with abortion, will share his story of survival and his destined mission to protect the unborn who cannot yet advocate for themselves.
“He (Jesus) launched me into a mission.” Henry Flowers states in a speech about his abortion survival, “That mission is to come alongside the pregnancy centers and not only help to produce a living hope, but also to get God’s men involved.”
Elizabeth’s New Life Center’s banquet theme this year is “COME TO ME, all who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.” Matt 11:28. The banquet has a $25 admission price to register. An invitation to make a financial gift will be extended to all in attendance.
If you would like more information or wish to register to attend ENLC’s banquet or volunteer to be a table host or sponsor, please contact Kathryn Huffman or Barbara Garrison at (937) 226-7414; email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit elizabethnewlife.org.
About Elizabeth’s New Life Center
Since 1989 Elizabeth’s New Life Center (ENLC) has made incredible strides in the SW Ohio region helping pregnant women to choose life over abortion as well as helping youth and families make responsible and educated decisions about their health and well-being. Vivian Koob, Executive Director and Co-Founder, works with a board of directors, 60 employees and hundreds of volunteers to ensure the progression of saving babies and changing lives continues its yearly increase. ENLC has expanded services to reach youth, women and families throughout the Archdiocese with six Women’s Centers and a mobile unit (all equipped with 3D/4D ultrasounds), Marriage Works Ohio and Holy Family Prenatal Care. One of the goals in 2017 is to help 2500 women choose life.