We are looking for a Development Director to plan, implements, and coordinate fundraising efforts and community activities that will encourage, maintain, and increase philanthropic support to meet the short and long term needs of the pregnancy center.
We are looking for an RN who can provide oversight for and expertise in our medical clinic. We are hiring either a full time or several part time staff to fill this position.
Download and complete the Staff Application to apply.
Interested candidates should submit a Completed Staff Application, Statement of Faith, Statement of Principle, Professional Resume and Cover Letter/Letter of Intent to: The Executive Director, Tamra Axworthy at firstname.lastname@example.org
A Caring Pregnancy Center exists to care for Pueblo-area women and men in pregnancy-related crises and offer them a meaningful alternative to abortion. Following the example of Christian love, we seek to meet emotional, physical and spiritual needs, enabling and encouraging women and men to choose life every day.
Founded in 1984 as a non-profit, faith-based organization, our goal is to counsel and live the gospel in front of one woman at a time and to preserve the life of one baby at a time. We offer women alternatives to abortion by providing practical care for them and their families through comprehensive education, counseling, material assistance, and referrals.
ACPC Women’s Clinic provides support, education and counsel to individuals facing decisions about sexuality, relationship and pregnancy issues. In addition, A Caring Pregnancy Center seeks to educate young people about sexual abstinence before marriage and to help women find healing and grieve for their children lost through abortion.
A Caring Pregnancy Center maintains its Christian witness in the secular world by upholding biblical standards of conduct in its ministry. We also desire to educate and involve the Pueblo Christian business community and churches on the issue of abortion and its ramifications.
Every year, thousands of women in the Pueblo area struggle with the decisions surrounding an unexpected pregnancy. The pressure is not only internal — outside circumstances often add confusion and pressure to the situation.
ACPC services are offered free of charge to our clients/patients through generous donations and grants provided to the center each year. ACPC’s average client is female between 18-24 years old and comes from all walks of life. ACPC sees between 25-45 new clients each month with total contacts over 2K each year.
ACPC is governed by the Board of Directors comprised of volunteer members from the Southern Colorado area. The board is the central policy and coordinating body for the ministry establishing policy on fiscal matters. It is affiliated with Heartbeat International, CareNet, and NIFLA receiving guidance and standard of care practices from those organizations.