A Grace-filled Solution
Your giving to Caris helps to fund a grace-filled solution to the issue of unplanned pregnancy and abortion. We believe that by extending grace, providing needed resources, and surrounding women with loving and supportive community, we will be able to have meaningful impact on their lives and that of their children. Thank you for partnering with us in this life-giving work.
The vision of Caris is that through our holistic pregnancy counseling approach, we aspire to be a leader in addressing the cultural, social, spiritual, and economic essentials involved in unplanned pregnancy, ensuring that women and children thrive. We understand that the issue of unplanned pregnancy and abortion is both complicated and nuanced. We daily seek to reflect the heart of God by extending His grace, love, compassion and care to any woman who walks through our door, regardless of her pregnancy decision.
Percentage of women who will have an abortion by the age 45
Percentage of women seeking an abortion who already have at least one child
Percentage of abortion seekers who are poor or low income
Number of abortions in Cook County (2018)
Mother’s Day Match
We need you! Help us raise $200,000 to support women and children in need.
Join the Caris Mother’s Day Match.
A generous donor has agreed to match gifts to the ministry, up to $100,000! This could mean an additional $200,000 to help support the work of Caris. To qualify for the match, you must:
• Give a gift by Mother’s Day, May 9th
• Gift a gift that is above your regular giving to the ministry
(if you didn’t give a gift in 2020, any gift you give for this match will count)
• Select Mother’s Day Match when donating
Your support is impacting lives. Double your impact today!
“Thank you so much for all the support you have given me. You were there throughout my pregnancy with help, counseling, Bible study and maternity clothes.”
“Thank you so much for all you’ve done for me – spiritually, emotionally and every which way.”
“My counselor was very helpful and understood my needs.”