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Reporting by WVUA 23’s Allison Underwood

Next Level Church teamed up with Lifeline Maternity Home to gather paper goods such as napkins, paper towels and paper plates for a good cause.

Lifeline Maternity Home is a local program that takes care of women expecting a child. Theron Hawkins, lead pastor for Next Level Church, said helping the community is important.

“We decided to partner with Lifeline Maternity because we felt a need to basically meet the needs of people,” Hawkins said. “We just wanted to reach out to them and meet those needs anyway possible that we can.”

Jennifer Champion, ministry coordinator of Celebrate Recovery for Next Level Church, said they need more than just paper goods.

“They also need maternity clothes – gently used, in really good condition or new,” Champion said. “Also bras and panties for maternity and this can be in any size. They usually have about four women at a time so they are looking for seasonal clothes all the time in addition to the paper goods.”

Willing donors can stop by Next Level Church on Wednesday nights or Sunday mornings to drop off items. For more information, visit

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