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Mother’s Day is the Abortion Lobby’s most HATED holiday.
They hate the thought of a mother keeping, carrying, and giving birth to her precious little baby.
To Planned Parenthood, all of this means a missed opportunity for a “sale.”
So, they certainly hate all of the wonderful work Students for Life’s programs do to encourage young pregnant mothers to choose life!
That’s why, with today being Mother’s Day, we’re sticking it to the Abortion Lobby by making sure that young mothers around the country are being helped and encouraged to choose Life!
So, would you consider helping a mother in need by signing up with a monthly recurring gift of at least $10 or more on Mother’s Day?
As part of our Standing With You Initiative, which funds ads in key cities to connect mothers in crisis to pro-life, pregnancy help centers as well as mentors Students for Life groups to support pregnant and parenting moms with everything from baby showers to diaper drives to free babysitting and change policies on their campuses that discriminate against pregnant young women, we’re hosting a virtual Mother’s Day Item Drive in several key cities to help give mothers the supplies they need to care for their beautiful babies.
And because of your generous support, this life-saving program is not only able to directly help mothers, but also help the Pregnancy Help Centers they go to for help.
In fact, one Pregnancy Help Center even sent a hand-written letter of appreciation to Camille, our Standing With You Manager, for all the work we’re able to do thanks to your support. I've included a picture of the letter at the bottom of this email.
The letter read:
We would like to extend our appreciation for including us in the Annual Mother’s Day Item Drive.
Thank you to Standing With You and Students for Life for this wonderful work, which helps us serve our clients here in Hamilton Country, Indiana.
Our center is expanding in the coming months and this will help us move forward in the endeavor.
May the Lord Bless You,
Hamilton County Life Center.