One Day to Make a Difference: Pro-life Day of Action

To many of us, it may seem that the political scene is in a state of despair in 2016, splintered and fragmented beyond belief.

At Ohio Right to Life, we believe that a part of our job is to resist disillusionment in pursuit of a higher, moral ideal--an ideal that seeks to repair, inspire, and make whole the human person and broadly, our whole civilization.

This is possible because the pro-life movement carries a consistent life-ethic as its mantle, championing the intrinsic dignity of the human person, regardless of race, ability, socio-economic status, age, sex or creed. Human life is intrinsically valuable, and we should all find unity in this simple fact.

At Ohio Right to Life, we are striving to move the needle and help others to see what we see--but we need your help.

Your opportunity to make a difference is our Pro-life Day of Action, Saturday, June 25! Pro-lifers of all ages are invited to join us in a door-knocking campaign that promotes dialogue on this all-time important issue. With the advanced strategy of our friends at Susan B. Anthony List, we will take a quick survey on how our neighbors see the pro-life issue. The campaign will last from 10 AM to 2 PM.

If you are interested in participating in a family-friendly activity that will actually move the needle on how Ohioans perceive the pro-life issue, this campaign is for you!

Will you RSVP and tell us you're coming today?

Ohio Right to Life is looking for volunteers in each of the following cities to give their time to these door-to-door campaigns:

RSVP for Columbus Pro-life Day of Action
RSVP for Cleveland Pro-life Day of Action
RSVP for Cincinnati Pro-life Day of Action

Ohio Right to Life and Susan B. Anthony List are eager to make a difference with you this election! Tell us you'll join at ohiolife.org!


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