Seven Weeks Coffee, a pro-life coffee company, has donated close to $300,000 to pregnancy resource centers across the US, enabling them to further assist pregnant women in need. Named after the point in pregnancy when the unborn child is about the size of a coffee bean, the company gifts 10% of its proceeds from coffee sales to these pro-life centers, which provide free resources and counseling support to pregnant women and their families.
Since its founding in 2021, Seven Weeks Coffee has raised approximately $125,000, and its affiliate program has enabled it to partner with over 700 pregnancy centers across the country. Company founder Anton Krecic attributes the continued growth of the initiative to the support and partnership they have garnered through major pro-life advocates and the network of pregnancy resource centers.
In addition to supporting pregnancy resource centers, Seven Weeks Coffee also collaborates with pro-life organizations such as the Center for Client Safety and Sidewalk Advocates for Life. The company has managed to respond to urgent needs as well, such as raising thousands of dollars for Real Alternatives, a network of pregnancy centers, when Governor Josh Shapiro’s administration terminated its funding contract.
Krecic stands strongly behind their mission and vouches for the free, unbiased medical care they offer to women in times of crisis. He firmly believes that these centers are in place to assist both mother and child, unlike abortion clinics that impose abortion as the only viable choice. Overall, the firm and its strategies provide alternative practical support without violating pro-life principles.