To our members and advocates for life,
We understand that many of you continue to be concerned about coronavirus (COVID-19). As Massachusetts continues to face the impact of the pandemic on our communities, it is our commitment to put our utmost into meeting our mission while respecting public health and moving with care.
Our lobby days will be held virtually this year via zoom or other technology, and we continue to advocate for the unborn through email and phone calls. Please join, if you have not already, to receive our quarterly magazine and weekly email calls-to-action, as well as to get involved in our campaign to repeal the "ROE" Act.
We also invite you sign up for virtual and socially-distanced activism around the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision. Register today to raise funds for a virtual march here! January 22-29 will also be packed with educational events, regional and physically-distanced marches, and a collaboration with Students for Life for a remote-lobby-day!
You may also join fellow members in safely social-distanced advocacy outside the abortion centers in our state. Social-distanced sidewalk advocacy is critical while abortion businesses continue to target vulnerable women and abort babies in Massachusetts despite the risk of COVID transmission.
We look forward to your participation, and support and your feedback and questions as we transition to the virtual.
If anything additional changes, and we believe your safety is at risk, we will be in touch with more updates on our outreach and advocacy. But social distancing does not mean distancing from supporting, educating, or being available to those we serve and protect.
Your health and safety, along with the health and safety of the little ones we seek to protect, is our top priority.
For additional questions or concerns, feel free to reach out to our team by email.
Stay safe, savvy, and remember that even if you're settled at home away from the virus, you can continue to make a vital impact for life in our state and community.
Yours for the most vulnerable,
C.J. Williams, Director of Community Engagement
Massachusetts Citizens for Life