Cora Griffith began volunteering at the Pregnancy Help Center nearly six years ago. Raised by her maternal grandparents in Salem, Ohio, Cora grew up with two sisters, two half-sisters, and two half-brothers. Church was always an important part of her life.
She remembers a client who visited the Center and wanted an abortion. She already had a young son and lived with her mother who also had a young child. After Cora talked with her about Christian values and adoption, the young woman talked to someone at the Gladney Adoption Center. Cora was happy that the young mother called her several times during the process and thanked her.
Grateful that other volunteers are willing to pray with her for help and understanding when she meets with a client, Cora knows that she is not alone when meeting with a woman facing a crisis pregnancy.
After her day at the center is over, she leaves with a sense of satisfaction and feeling "filled up."
Cora's kindness and willingness to jump in and help is infectious. She is a precious lady, who has touched many hearts.
The Pregnancy Help Center opened its doors in July 1986, It was founded by a group of concerned citizens in the Fort Worth community who saw a need to provide information and counsel to women experiencing unplanned pregnancies. Today, the PHC ministers to the whole woman, her children and her family. Through our various programs, PHC endeavors to meet the physical, social, emotional and spiritual needs of the women in our community.