Campaign to remember - Carolina Closing Gifts
page-template,page-template-full_width,page-template-full_width-php,page,page-id-1318,bridge-core-3.0.1,qode-page-transition-enabled,ajax_updown_fade,page_not_loaded,,no_animation_on_touch,qode-title-hidden,hide_top_bar_on_mobile_header,qode-theme-ver-29.3,qode-theme-bridge,disabled_footer_bottom,qode_header_in_grid,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-6.7.0,vc_responsive
Campaign to Remember – Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month – Oct. 26-Nov. 13
Donation Goal Fulfilled0%

A campaign to remember all the babies gone too soon

October is Pregnancy and Infant loss awareness month. This month hits home, as on October 21, 2019, Theo and Brittany’s 2nd daughter, Hannah Kathleen, was stillborn at just over 29 weeks gestation.

While they were in the hospital before delivery, they received a beautiful white box filled with special gifts made specifically for Hannah. It had 2 handmade gowns, bonnets, a photo album, a scripture ring, a little bible, blankets, and other gifts to help us honor her at birth. They had felt ill-prepared for delivery, and didn’t know how to move forward – what would they dress her in? Would they take pictures? This box helped them in a time when they didn’t know what they would need. It was a beautiful light in a very dark room. They learned later that it came from a ministry in Matthews, NC called Caleb Ministries.

Caleb ministries is an organization started by a couple whose son, Caleb, was stillborn over 30 years ago. They made it their mission to minister to families in similar situations by providing memory boxes to grieving families in the hospital before giving birth to their sleeping babies. The boxes are made specifically for the size the family will need based on how far along they were in their pregnancy. The boxes include clothes, blankets and other props you may use for the special pictures after birth. It also includes a book of other testimonials from families who have been there too – letting the grieving family know they are not alone.

Over the years, this ministry has grown to also provide marriage counseling for couples who have experienced loss through pregnancy, stillbirth, infant loss or infertility.

This is a campaign to remember all babies gone too soon. 10% of all sales collected during this campaign will go directly to Caleb Ministries, so they can continue this ministry that has blessed us beyond measure. We would love to be able to pay for counseling for up to 6 different families through our campaign for this year! Our goal is to raise $7,500 from now until November 13th. Every order counts!

We remember

Mix & Match + Quantity discounts + Discounted home products

OCT. 21 – NOV. 13


  • Restock on your business gifts or order Christmas gifts for your clients!

    Minimum order is 6 gifts

    • Buy 12 gifts, get 2 extra free

    • Buy 15 gifts, get 3 extra free

    • Buy 25 gifts, get 6 extra free

    • Buy 36 gifts, get 8 extra free

    • Buy 50 gifts, get 12 extra free

    • Buy 80 gifts, get 20 extra free

    • Buy 100 gifts, get 30 extra free

    • Buy 150 gifts, get 45 extra free

Quantity Cutco

    • Discounts on block sets

    • Mix & Match: Buy any 2 single knives and get a free gadget or small paring knife

    • Mix & Match: Buy any 3 single knives and get a 4th knife for free

Hannah’s Story

Hannah's family

A mother’s story of love and loss

There is nothing like feeling your baby move in the womb. It makes all the other woes of pregnancy fall away in that moment. Hannah had been the most active of my two pregnancies, from as early as 14 weeks.

So you’d think I would have been more aware when the activity slowed down… When hours would pass with only a kick or two. You’d think I would notice that she wasn’t waking me up anymore, and I would have to actually think hard about the last time I felt her move.

I just hadn’t paid attention… If only I had paid more attention…

Pregnancy loss & Infertility Statistics


1 in 4

1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage


1 in 160

1 in 160 pregnancies end in stillbirth


1 in 8

1 in 8 women struggle with infertility