Thursday, December 31, 2015

Mothers' Home in Darby, Pa. to Celebrate 25 Years of Service

from Ted Meehan
Prolife Union of Delaware County  
No single pro-lifer has done more to advance the Cause of Life than Dr. George Isajiw.
He was the initiator of the Crisis Pregnancy Hotline, and also has served as the moving force behind Mothers’ Home in Darby–a shelter where women in crisis are welcomed and given loving care. Prior to the opening of Mothers’Home, the Isajiws had hosted nearly 30 women in crisis in their home.

Since its opening, in 1993, Mothers Home has sheltered more than 1,000 women. The Home is located in the former BVM Convent in Darby, and houses up to 28 women at a time.  Read more at Mother's Home in Darby.

Mothers’ Home is the essential element to our efforts to defend Life. When a mother chooses Life, when doing so may cause her to be abandoned by her family, there must be a place where she can go. Only your donations and support can keep the doors open for this wonderful place of refuge and peace.

To celebrate the 25th year of Mothers’Home and to honor Dr. George and Pat Isajiw,  a cocktail party will be held at on January 3rd at:
 Ivy Hall,
6331 Lancaster Avenue
Philadelphia, PA
from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.
If you are unable to attend, you can donate by mailing a check to:
Mothers’ Home
51 North MacDade Boulevard
Darby, PA 19023
The dollars raised from our Anniversary Celebration will be used to help in the renovation of our kitchen. Like many family kitchens, it is the hub of the community life for our mothers and their babies.

Mothers’ Home encourages its community atmosphere, and hopes to make the kitchen as attractive and functional as possible.

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