Ways to Help
How to help us fulfill our mission
Do you have time to pray?
Prayer warriors help our moms and the angels with the support they need. Please consider getting added to our email list, click here now to be added.
Do you have a Facebook account?
Please visit and like our page www.facebook.com/GabrielProjectKC
What donations do you accept?
We accept new or used baby, toddler and children’s clothes, diapers, blankets, shoes, baby food, toys, etc. We also accept strollers, car seats, baby furniture etc., but it has to be new, per law.
Help us make a difference in the lives of mothers and children!
We need and welcome volunteers in several areas, whether you can give a day, a few hours each week, or help us throughout the year. Our volunteers are passionate about our mission to protect and honor life by helping mothers and families in need.
For more information about the many ways to become involved with the Gabriel Project, click here now to email our Volunteer Coordinator.
What volunteers are needed other than being an angel?
We have volunteers helping in many ways such as fundraising, teaching moms new skills, working with several outreach programs, finding resources, paperwork, office work, etc.
What does the Gabriel Angel do?
The Archangel Gabriel, throughout history, is known as the messenger angel. His message is always “Rejoice! Fear not!” The Gabriel Project Angel delivers this message to the women who contact us, in friendship. She becomes the mother’s advocate and friend who will accompany her throughout her pregnancy journey. The Gabriel Project Angel, if needed, delivers the message to the church/community, asking if parishioners can help assist her with her material needs. In this way a whole community can become the hands and feet of Jesus, practicing the Corporal works of Mercy. The Gabriel Project Angel also discerns if spiritual help is needed and reaches out to a priest or appropriate pastor to assist the mother. In addition, she acts as a liaison, support and advocate for the mother if she should need any additional social services.