Welcome to Wisconsin Right to Life's Peer-to Peer fundraiser to benefit the lifesaving work of our Education Fund:
The Tell the Truth to Save Lives Campaign!
Our work this year focuses on exposing the brazen lies of the abortion industry. Women are repeatedly told such lies as:
Wisconsin Right to Life is committed to telling women the TRUTH.
We need your help to Kill the Lies and Save the Child!
The Wisconsin Right to Life Education Fund supports many lifesaving programs countering the lies told to women by the abortion industry.
How do we do this?
We provide Emergency Grants for at-risk women. We educate Wisconsin's teens and college students. We provide education on legislation related to the life issues. We also work to protect Wisconsin's pro-life laws.
Just as all of our lives have changed in the past several weeks, so too have the lives of the most vulnerable among us. Pregnancy centers are open and seeing more clients than ever. Teen and student groups are searching to find innovative ways to continue their work from home. In addition, our work continues to educate legislators and protect our pro-life laws as the abortion industry seeks to profit from the COVID-19 pandemic.
These are the many reasons why the support of friends like you, as well as everyone you know who loves life, is more crucial than ever. You can either build a team to help us raise funds with your friends, create a personal fundraising page, or simply make a donation now. Building a team or personal fundraiser is easy! Just follow the simple instructions.
Please help us to kill the lies of the abortion industry and protect the most vulnerable across Wisconsin!
Join the Tell the Truth to Save Lives Campaign TODAY!
The Wisconsin Right to Life Education Fund is a 501(c)3 entity and your gifts are fully-tax deductible.
Thank you for donating to the Tell the Truth, Save the Lives Fundraiser benefiting Wisconsin Right to Life's Education Fund.
Your donation will help women like *Mia. *Mia was an extremely abortion-minded woman in her late twenties, with one young toddler. She was 8 weeks pregnant. When she visited the pregnancy center, she said that she absolutely needed an abortion because she had just lost everything, she owned in an apartment complex fire. WRTL worked with the pregnancy center to get her the basic necessities she needed for her and her toddler, and WRTL paid for her escrow and her first month's rent. *Mia decided to carry to term. She writes: "Thank you so much for helping me find a new life. You don't know how much it helps me to know that I have a safe place for my son and this new baby."
*Name changed to protect privacy.