A PRO-LIFE MISSION
to support both women and unborn babies
Hi, I’m Steve!
I’m on a mission to fuse my love of running with my passion for the pro-life movement, supporting both unborn children and women in crisis.
I’ll be running (and possibly biking, if necessary) approximately 520 miles across Nebraska from June 20th-29th to raise money for St. Gianna Women’s Homes and the Women’s Care Center of Lincoln.
Will you join me?
We are so excited to see what God has in store for RUNBORN next year!
We should be receiving the final shirt orders from the screen printer this week and expect to get all the shirts mailed out by August 10 via USPS. We will post on Facebook when all of them have shipped so everyone knows when to expect them. Thank you for your patience and thanks to everyone who ordered a shirt. We sent orders for more than 375 shirts to the screen printer!
is an apostolate of Catholic Social Services of Southern Nebraska to assist women and their families fleeing domestic violence or who are being coerced into having an abortion. Each family is provided a safe and secure environment to deal with the trauma caused by the abuse, become self-sufficient and learn to develop healthy relationships in the future.
In addition to housing, St. Gianna’s provides education, employment, and counseling services for families left homeless because of domestic violence.
Provides free and confidential counseling, support, and education to women facing unplanned pregnancies, including free pregnancy testing and ultrasounds.
The Women’s Care Center is coming to Lincoln. Currently, they are in the process of fundraising to begin renovating the building across from Planned Parenthood of the Heartland in lincoln.
Ways to Support
Support women in crisis and unborn children by donating to the Runborn cause.
Prayer is the backbone of this endeavor! Say a prayer for Steve, for women in crisis, & for unborn babies in danger of abortion.
Send Steve a note or volunteer to support him during the race! Runners are also welcome to join any segment.
Thank you to our sponsors!