Pregnancy Lifeline

For 46 years Pregnancy Lifeline has served the Fort Worth community providing free pregnancy tests, sonograms, adult and children’s classes, baby, children’s and maternity items and other related services to women and their families. By taking classes or doing personal study, women earn “Baby Bucks” to shop with dignity in PLL’s Blessings Store. All other services are free thanks to the generous support of churches, individuals, foundations, and volunteers.

There are many ways to get involved individually, as a family or as a small group:


  • client advocates – meet with women in crisis
  • teachers – lead a short term or ongoing bible study, parenting, ESL or personal development class
  • sonogram nurses
  • male advocates – meet with fathers and dads
  • high school and college student service hours and projects
  • personal shoppers – assist moms as they shop for their children in the Blessings Store and help sort & display clothing, books, toys, etc.
  • administrative help behind the scenes with ongoing or special projects
  • event support for PLL’s annual fundraiser
  • prayer and note writers for women coming in for sonograms
  • garage sale shoppers – finding used baby items for the Blessings Store


  • financially – one time or ongoing support or gift cards fro purchase diapers, wipes and formula
  • new and used baby and children’s clothing, toys, books and other baby items ~ women’s clothing and accessories, especially maturity
  • boxes of disposable diapers, wipes, and formula
  • snacks for the volunteer workroom and children’s program


  • sign up to join PLL’s new Heart for Families auxiliary, plugging in for ongoing communication about prayer needs and volunteer opportunities
  • connect your bible study, community group, church, school or other group for service projects, PLL speakers, and other resources
  • join with others to learn more about ways to encourage families & affirm the dignity of life
  • introduce PLL to individuals, businesses and foundations for support

For more detailed information, contact or Jeanne Mullen, PLL’s executive director,