Fundraising Keynote for Pregnancy Resource Centers, Adoption Agencies and Social Service Ministries.
As founder of one of the nations largest pregnancy resource centers Pat has spearheaded the leadership of an international post abortion recovery ministry; an adoption agency and a profession client-coaching program. Pat is not only a passionate voice for the unborn but for those living out God’s assignment to “feed” His sheep! Pat’s own “voice for choice” and living through the heartbreak of her own chosen abortion as a young college student, has left her with a passionate determination to help women heal from the shame of abortion and more urgently generate partnership and support for those who fight this battle on a daily basis. Pat’s personal story of restoration, calling and eventually adoption of one of those precious “saved” lives has filled her with a message that not only inspires healing but effectively motivates financial support needed to make it happen.
Here are a few comments from recent pregnancy center and adoption agency fund raising banquets:
“We actually had the most successful banquet we have ever had this year!! Pat was AMAZING and we HIGHLY recommend her! Her testimony and sweet spirit were so touching! We received many compliments about her.”
Jamie Stacy, Center for Pregnancy Choices
“We were in awe of how pat was able to speak directly to the audience of supporters using her personal testimony to challenge their increased support. Her speaking style is unassuming yet sophisticated and delightfully witty. Our supporters are still talking about our banquet. Her challenging appeal encouraged our guests to give more than ever.”
Claire Cheely, Fallbrook PRC, California
“Pat was by far the best speaker we have ever had at our adoption agency woman’s luncheon. On 2 days at back-to-back events, in two different cities, Pat was delightfully funny yet inspiring with her transparent story of redemption and hope. Having her daughter join us was the cherry on top of an amazing event. The fact that we raised more money than ever turned out to be an afterthought in light of the joy our attendees experienced.”