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As we head into 2019, let’s never lose sight of the purpose for why we do what we do – why we march.

We march to end abortion so that the beauty and dignity of every life is valued and protected.

Every human – from the moment of conception – is unique and worthy of love.

Our top posts on Facebook and Instagram in 2018 beautifully communicate this message!

Choosing life changes the course of our future.

We hope you will join us in 2019 as we continue to march towards ending abortion!

Celebrating Birth Moms

A few days before Mother’s Day, the March for Life led a social media campaign to celebrate the unsung heroes of the holiday – birth moms.  These brave women make the noble decision to be a birth mom, and give life to a child who will change the world.  Read more about the importance of birth moms from the March for Life blog.
Below is a recap of the #BirthMoms tweetfest:

The Unsung Heroes of Mother’s Day

BirthmomsAs the May flowers come to life and Mother’s Day rolls around, let’s remember to honor the unsung heroes of the holiday – birthmoms.

Every year, 20,000 domestic infant adoptions in the U.S. occur. Tragically, contrast that with over 1.2 million abortions in the U.S. annually.  Every abortion statistic represents a life, full of potential and hope, which was snuffed out.

However, thousands of women each year, when faced with an unexpected pregnancy choose to make an adoption plan.  By choosing life, birthmoms make the choice to change the world forever through the life of a child.  What would the world be like if Steve Jobs, Nelson Mandela, and Eleanor Roosevelt, all whom were adopted, had never been given a chance at life? 

At this year’s March for Life, under the theme “Adoption: A Noble Decision,” Molly Anne Dutton shared how her birthmom was the victim of sexual assault and faced an ultimatum from her husband to abort.  However, she found her way to Lifeline Child Services in Birmingham, Alabama and made an adoption plan for Molly Anne.  This beautiful and courageous young woman would not be here today without the decision of her birthmom!  Another one of our speakers, Ryan Dobson of Family Talk Radio, had a similar story of owing his life to a brave birthmom.  You can watch his story below:

Studies have shown that many mothers fear that by placing her baby for adoption, she is a “bad mother;” she fears that she is abandoning her child.  In reality, adoption is a heroic decision!  It is a decision that is not right for everyone, however, when chosen it is noble and generous. Additionally, there are approximately 500,000 loving couples in the United States waiting to adopt.  The truth is that adoption is the most heroic thing that a mother, who is not ready to care for a child, can do!

When a mother chooses adoption over abortion, birthmom, adoptive parents, and the baby all benefit tremendously from her decision!  Adoption is not abandonment, but a beautiful opportunity for a happy future.

Be sure to check out the many fantastic resources available to women who are facing an unexpected pregnancy or are considering making an adoption plan, and join us on Friday, May 9 to cherish and celebrate the women who make the noble decision to become a birthmom and choose adoption.           

Adoption Briefing


On Tuesday, September 10, along with Representative Steve Stockman (R-TX-36), the Radiance Foundation, the National Council for Adoption and Alliance Defending Freedom,  the March for Life Education and Defense Fund co-hosted a briefing on adoption titled: Promoting the Adoption Option – Myths, Obstacles and Solutions. 

Below is a summary of some of the social media highlights from the briefing, as well as some educational resources on adoption.  Furthermore, the theme for the 2014 March for Life is “Adoption: A Noble Decision.”  Stay tuned for more educational information as well as annoucements on the March for Life rally speakers!