Organization looking to help young mothers returns to Moundsville

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April 29 2021 08:00 pm

The Gabriel Project of West Virginia had a re-opening Thursday afternoon at the old All Saints School on Jefferson Avenue in Moundsville.

The decision came after organizers realized that many Marshall County residents were making the trip to Wheeling to take advantage of the services provided by the project.
The organization focuses on helping pregnant women and families with that have children under the age of two. 

Chapter Coordinator Faith Hicks says they are looking for and can always use volunteers.

“Volunteers are going to be working hard with the volunteers that we already have, but I’m sure that would be a benefit,” said Hicks. “There’s a whole bunch of people that can come in and help sort clothes we got a lot of donations.”

Different things provided by the Gabriel Project include: clothing, diapers, wipes, bottles, breast feeding supplies, cribs and mattresses, car seats or a pack and play.

Now there are sites in Hancock, Ohio, Marshall, Wetzel, Tyler, Wood, Calhoun and Ritchie counties.

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