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St. Gerard Campus, a non-profit maternity home and Christian high school for pregnant teenagers, promotes empowerment through education with strong Christian values. For more information about the High School click here.
In addition, through the St. Gerard Pregnancy Center, we are able to help women of all ages with pregnancy testing, sonograms and counseling. All services are free of charge. For more information about the Pregnancy Center click here.
St. Gerard Campus helps families through our Community Outreach Program with food, clothing, furniture, resources and counseling. For more information about the Community Outreach Program click here.
Collect your boxtops and drop them off or mail them to St. Gerard Campus to help us earn educational funding for our high school.
Free pregnancy testing & counseling available Monday – Friday, 9am to 3:30pm.
Free sonograms by appointment only. Call 904-829-5516.
Did you know you could sign up for a monthly donation on your credit card, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50 or more per month. It can also be arranged on Paypal. Please call Jessica at 829-5516 to arrange this. Monthly income is so essential to this ministry and we would so appreciate your joining our Sponsors.
On February 22, 2015 the Run for Life will end at the Great Cross at Prince of Peace Church on San Marco Blvd. in St. Augustine. Runners are scheduled to arrive about 12 noon after a grueling 9-day, 365-mile run. There are 3 runs now, one that beings in Homestead, Florida, one starts in San Marco and a third begins in Pensacola, Florida. Their mission is to pray a 9-day Novena to end abortion. Their stops will include many prolife pregnancy centers throughout Florida where banquets will be held in their honor to raise funds for this continuous fight.
When they arrive in St. Augustine, they will be met by Bishop Estevez, the Knights of Columbus and supporters from around the state. They will prostrate themselves at the foot of the Great Cross and pray. A Mass will follow at the Prince of Peace Church on San Marco Blvd in St. Augustine. The 4th Degree Knights will escort the runners to the church for Mass.
This year is the 27th anniversary of the original run that began in Homestead, Florida when our director Carol Wolfe applied to the Knights of Columbus for financial aid. To talk about prolife is one thing… stepping up to the plate and doing something is quite another. Mike Sapp, a Knight from Homestead, replied with a resounding “YES” and so began the run. The Knights have not let us down for the past 27 years. The movement to save the babies has grown even bigger.
Please join us as we greet and honor these courageous runners. We will be hosting a banquet at San Sebastian Church at 2 pm that same afternoon. The Knights will be serving a wonderful luncheon. In addition to meeting the runners, there will be guest speakers, music and wonderful door prizes. Our students and their babies will join us with homebaked desserts to raise money.
Tickets are $20 per adult; children, under age 12, will be $3.
Contact St. Gerard Campus at 904-829-5516 for more information and ticket purchases.
Thank you to all the sponsors, donors, models and volunteers that made the 2014 Fashion Show and Silent Auction a success again this year. Thank you too, to all that attended this year, purchasing baskets and wonderful gifts for your family, supporting the good work and miracles that are so much a part of St. Gerard. Donations and gift certificates from over 200 sponsors were auctioned. Please know that without your support, this mission could not continue. Congratulations to our grand prize winner of $5,000 and to everyone who won raffles and door prizes. The fashions this year, coordinated with style by Cindy Smith, were lively and very "Florida" and the lunch was delicious! Thank you and God bless everyone for a very memorable afternoon.
BIG NEWS! The new Science Lab at St. Gerard Campus has been completed thanks to a generous grant from the Meninak Club of Jacksonville. Our young women will have the opportunity to learn hands-on Anatomy, Physiology, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science and Marine Biology.
We desperately need equipment for the lab! If you would like to help by making a donation of money or lab equipment, please call 904-829-5516 and ask for Roberta.
Thrift store volunteers needed. Call (904) 466-0505 or stop by today 1333 #3 Old Dixie Highway, St. Augustine, FL.
Volunteers are always needed at the reception desk. Van drivers are needed mornings or afternoons and during the school day to transport students to and from school and to transport to doctor visits during the day. No special license required. Background and license check required.
Call 904-829-5516 and speak with Jessica or Roberta.
Volunteer applications can be found here.
We are having "growing"pains. Come see our new expanded Thrift Store with lots of new treasures. We are accepting donations of small pieces of furniture. Come visit the "best little thrift shop in town."
Open Monday through Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm.
Located at 1333 #3 Old Dixie Highway in St. Augustine. Read more >>
St. Gerard is asking help from the community in restocking the nursery, the pantry and replenishing used household items in the dormitory. We are in desperate need of three new or gently used travel portacribs for our nursery! We need Graco Travel Lite Portable Cribs (Jacqueline or Notting Hill styles) or Graco Travel Lite Portable Mini Playard.
Click here to see the list of items needed. Anything you could donate would be appreciated.
We are forever grateful to the companies and corporations that have helped St. Gerard keep our mission alive. St. Gerard Campus is proud to announce that we are
the recipients of the Meninak Club of Jacksonville 2013 Charity Grant
for $30,000. This grant will be used to... Read more >>
The Jaguar Foundation continues to be a big supporter of St. Gerard Campus and have given us another grant to help support the Day Care facility! The Jaguar Foundation helps so many charities in St. Augustine and Jacksonville and we are proud to be a part of their team. We gratefully acknowledge their contribution and wish them well in the upcoming football season. Maybe this is our year! God bless the Jaguar Foundation, Mr. Khan, the coaches and the entire team. Thank you for being there for us and helping us help the less fortunate.