Project Cuddle helps frightened pregnant girls and women through difficult times. Shelter, prenatal care, and unconditional support is provided throughout their pregnancy.
Project Cuddle’s headquarters is based in Southern California, but the organization has assisted frightened girls and women throughout the nation and in Canada since 1996.
Project Cuddle’s crisis hotline started July 8, 1996. Amazingly just 12 hours after the crisis hotline’s conception, the first crisis call came in: A woman said she hated the baby and planned on abandoning her at a park. Within four days, an attorney and a wonderful “Rescue Family” came forward to help.
The mission of Project Cuddle includes:
– Empowering, emotionally supporting and providing resources and shelter for pregnant women in crisis who are homeless or victims of domestic violence.
– Educating and encouraging prenatal care for pregnant women in crisis.
– Educating pregnant girls and women on the fact that there is NEVER a reason to abandon their newborn baby or worse.
– Promoting healthy deliveries in hospitals even if the girl wants to surrender her baby.
For 17 years, Project Cuddle has worked tirelessly to help prevent babies from being abandoned and educate girls and women that they have safe and legal alternatives. It takes approximately $2,500 to save a baby through Project Cuddle.
Project Cuddle seeks volunteers locally and nationally, as well and donations to help save the next little life. All donations are tax deductible. Visit the Project Cuddle website at https://projectcuddle.org