Needing Gifts to Help Protect the Unborn

October 8, 2010

 I am participating in the 2010 Hike for Life Texas fund raiser so I can help protect the unborn. Just think $625 can save a child’s life. Can you give a financial gift of any size so we can work together in this effort? My goal is to raise enough money to save several unborn children, but I need your help.

Hike for Life Texas’ signature event is held once a year in cities in Texas. Proceeds of this event go to crisis pregnancy centers throughout the state. A crisis pregnancy center is a place a woman, who suspects that she is pregnant, can go to receive counseling, pre and post natal care, monetary assistance if needed, and, if she chooses, adoption services for her baby in the event she is unable to care for the child.

No abortions are held at any of these crisis centers! As Christians we do not believe that abortion solves any problem… it only creates numerous problems in the life of the mom, dad, families, and of course the baby who will never know the joys of life.

Please visit my personal donation page below.

Follow This Link to visit my personal web page and help me in my efforts to support Hike for Life


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