About:
Avail (formerly Midtown Pregnancy Support Center) is a confidential care network for those confirming and making decisions about unplanned pregnancies and those seeking support after an abortion.
Mission
To empower New Yorkers facing an unintended pregnancy or past abortion with critical support and resources to inform their decisions, build healthy relationships and promote healing.
Serving
Communities in Need
Women
Affiliate Since
1995

Our Partnership

Mobilizing Volunteers
Our volunteers provide practical, emotional, and social support for women facing an unplanned pregnancy, and preparing for childbirth.
Creativity From Our Volunteers
Over the years, volunteers have supported one another through snack bags for those serving during the work week, created gift baskets for clients, and started the baby shower committee to celebrate new parents.
Making Grants To Fund Programs
Our grant funds support Avail's decision making and pregnancy support programs, which Avail provides free of charge to all of their clients.

I’ve also been so blessed by the way my fellow volunteers have also become my dear friends and that the center really does represent a safe place to be who you are, whether you are the client or the volunteer.

Angel, Volunteer

Mentions

Dec 12.04.2019

This year, 470 generous donors and more than 600 incredible volunteers made His Toy Store a life-changing experience for families in need! 

Without everyone's generosity in time, resources, and effort, His Toy Store would not happen.

Our fundraising (which exceeded the $95,000 goal!) helped provide 4812 toys to 2,055 families at 13

Sep 09.30.2019
Every year, HFNY hosts HFNY Sunday events and participates in Volunteer Fairs at our church partners. We asked our Church Partnerships team what encouraged them at the HFNY Sunday and Volunteer Fair events.
Aug 08.29.2019
For an annual Hope for New York Sunday event, a special prayer was shared at Redeemer Lincoln Square: "Father, remind our hearts that there are no ordinary people, that there are no mere mortals, but that every person is an image bearer of the most high, deserving of honor."