The 39th Annual Pro-Life Breakfast
Thank you to our over 600 guests, Harmony's House, our volunteers, and especially Ruth Graham and Windsor Bauders!
An Appeal on Behalf of the
People for Life Education Fund a 501c(3) charitable fund
If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation, please be aware that donations to our PEOPLE FOR LIFE EDUCATION FUND are tax-deductible.
Your gifts in support of our work are greatly appreciated. We are entirely self-supporting and exist on donations from withing the northwestern Pennsylvania pro-life community -- no government grants or subsidies from larger pro-life organizations.
For many years, donations to support the educational activities of People for Life, Inc. have not been tax-deductible, because we also do the extremely important, indispensable work of fighting for life in the political, legislative, and public policy arenas. However, we recently established a special fund that supports our educational projects exclusively. Much of our educational work centers on sharing the wonders of human development and the availability of alternatives to abortion.
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Visit People for Life, 1625 W. 26th St., Erie to get your free bumper sticker.
"Why are physicians not providing readily available information that could affect their patients' judgment regarding abortion?"
VIDEO PRO-CHOICE VANDALISM
On Thursday, May 1, 2008, a peaceful Cemetery of the Innocents display at the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point (UWSP) was vandalized in broad daylight and in defiance of campus security officers by a Student Senator, Roderick King. SEE THE VIDEO.
Those who deny others the right to life itself are not infrequently zealous to deny others the right to the freedom of speech.
"The Court finds that the testimony at trial and before Congress establishes that D&X [partial-birth abortion] is a gruesome, brutal, barbaric, and uncivilized medical procedure . . . [and finds] credible evidence that D&X abortions subject fetuses to severe pain." -- U.S. District Judge Richard Casey, New York