BabyDolls Boutique’s pink & blue are the New Black is an in-house campaign started to help our most precious assets; children. We hope to open the eyes of everyone who walks into BabyDolls Boutique by showing them that the most fashionable thing in the world is to help out those who are most in need.
Here are a few charities that BabyDolls is working with and what they represent:
The Women’s Center:
A non-profit organization, who encourage expecting women to avoid abortion and save their unborn babies lives. Instead of focusing solely on the moral aspect of abortion, the center sympathizes with the young women in their trying times and understands the difficulty of the decision making process. They offer counseling from numerous knowledgeable staff members, referral services, and prayer support. They recognize the unmet emotional and spiritual needs of women which tend to lead to abortion and are thus dedicated to their craft. In addition to after-care and follow up programs, The Women’s Center hosts excellent Christmas parties through the continued support of churches, agencies, and individuals. Over 1,000 children per year have been born due to countless efforts by the center, and $500, 000 annually in assistance with clothing, food, baby goods, cribs/furniture, toiletries, other basic family needs.
Mercy Home for Boys & Girls:
Each year, thousands of children are abused and abandoned, often by the people who should love them most. Mercy is dedicated to saving the lives of hurting, neglected and abused girls and boys by offering them a stable environment, along with offering them the needed psychological help they might need. Mercy home is almost 100% privately funded through the generosity of friends from across the country. Mercy Home is nationally accredited by the Council of Accreditation of Services for Families and Children, Inc. Mercy Home is also a member of the Child Welfare League of America, the Child Care Association of Illinois, the American Association of Children’s Residential Centers, the Illinois Association of Youth Care Workers and the National Catholic Development Conference.