And Then There Were None (ATTWN) is an organization devoted to helping abortion clinic staff leave the industry. ATTWN helps with resume writing and limited transitional income. The organization offers scholarships for pursuing certifications or advanced degrees in the medical field. It can also connect former clinic workers with Christian pastors or licensed therapists to … Continue reading #38. Help abortion clinic workers learn about And Then There Were None.
Contact the campaign and ask how you can help. Maybe they need help with canvassing, phone banks, mailers, data entry, delivering yard signs to supporters, arranging candidate meet and greets, or even just picking up coffee and keeping the campaign office clean and organized. The more people they have, the more people they can reach. … Continue reading #36. Volunteer with campaigns for pro-life candidates
Every time you like, comment on, or share content you increase the content's reach, that is, the number of other people who see that content. If you don't like to engage because you don't want to get dragged into irritating online arguments, there are a few ways you can avoid this problem while still increasing … Continue reading #35. Like, comment on, and share content from your favorite pro-life organizations.
Women seeking abortion are entitled to informed consent, which should include information about the development of their embryo or fetus. Research has found that when women seeking abortion are offered the option to view their ultrasounds, over 40% choose to do so. The same research finds that, as a result of viewing the ultrasound, some … Continue reading #33. Advocate for informed consent laws regarding ultrasound viewing.
When in pregnancy does the heart begin to beat? When do fingerprints form? When can the baby experience sound, taste, or pain? Many people don't realize how early in pregnancy major development occurs, and misperception on this front influences their views of abortion. You need only a few facts to be better prepared for conversations … Continue reading #32. Learn the details of fetal development.
If you have experience with disability (especially if you have a disability, but also if you are the parent, sibling, partner, or caregiver of a person with a disability), your voice is important. People who have never directly or even indirectly experienced disability may have simplistic--and often overly negative--ideas about what the lives of disabled … Continue reading #31. Talk about your experiences with disability in online support groups.
You can submit letters to major national newspapers but also newspapers for your city, town, or college campus. Generally the smaller the newspaper's circulation, the more likely your letter will be printed. You can also submit the same letter to many papers and see what works. Remember it doesn't have to be time-consuming or overly … Continue reading #29. Write letters to the editor.
There are many ways to advocate for change through legislation, but in the end these efforts usually require the cooperation of elected officials. Make them glad they've helped. If you have limited time, send them a quick email or even a brief comment on their social media accounts. If you have more time, mail a … Continue reading #26. Send elected officials thank you notes when they accomplish pro-life work.
Perinatal hospice provides support to parents experiencing a pregnancy in which the child has a life-limiting condition that may result in the child's death before or shortly after birth. The services can include birth planning; emotional support for the parents; warmth, comfort, and nutrition for the newborn; and medical treatments to improve the baby's quality … Continue reading #23. Advocate for perinatal hospice notification.
Please note this entry is written with Christian readers in mind, but we hope the ideas are also useful to Jews, Muslims, and anyone else who regularly participates in a religious community. Create a prayer group dedicated specifically to prayers and teachings on the value of human life. You don't have to be a church … Continue reading #20. Create a pro-life prayer group.