After the March for Life, we want you to keep marching back to your communities for life! One person can make a difference, and there are so many different ways to do this – we have provided a list of suggestions below. We also want to hear your #MarchingOn stories – email us at [email protected] and your story could be featured on our website!
Support Your Local Pregnancy Center (PRC)
Pregnancy resource centers are on the front line of caring for women who are faced with an unexpected pregnancy. Consider sponsoring a diaper drive for you local PRC, volunteering, or supporting financially.
You can read more about these centers on our educational resources.
Care Net, with its affiliate pregnancy centers, and through the Pregnancy Decision Line, helps prevent forced, coerced and otherwise unwanted abortions by promoting positive life choices.
Heartbeat International works to inspire and equip Christian communities worldwide to rescue women and couples from abortion through the development of neighborhood pregnancy help centers, maternity homes, and adoption services.
Bound4Life is a grassroots prayer mobilization movement focused on the ending of abortion through public stands of silent prayer wearing Life Tape in front of courthouses and abortion centers around the nation.
40 Days for Life is a community-based campaign that draws attention to the evil of abortion through the use of a three-point program of prayer and fasting, peaceful vigils, and community outreach.
Sidewalk Advocates for Life seeks to train, equip, and support local communities across the United States in “sidewalk advocacy”: to be the hands and feet of Christ, offering loving, life-affirming alternatives to all present at the abortion center, thereby eliminating demand and ending abortion.
Start a Pro-Life Group at Your School
Students for Life of America trains and equips college, high school, medical, and law school students so that they can defend unborn children and help their mothers on their campuses.
Screen a movie with a pro-life message such as “Bella,” “October Baby,” or “It’s a Girl,” for friends, family, your church, or your community and hold a discussion afterwards.