Giving Tuesday typically takes place on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving. On that day, consumers are encouraged to support nonprofits like Massachusetts Citizens for Life, who often see a decline during the holidays. This year, the nonprofit world celebrates Giving Tuesday a little early, today in fact, due to the significant impact the pandemic has had on most nonprofit fundraising efforts.
I hope you are able to make a gift to MCFL now to help us during our participation in Giving Tuesday using this secure link: https://www.masscitizensforlife.org/giving_tuesday_may_2020
While the office may be closed, our staff is working from home and busier than ever focusing on a number of our top priorities. Here are two quick examples:
- Fighting Against the ROE Act: though our outreach efforts may have changed, your MCFL team continues to educate the public and legislators alike on the dangers of the ROE Act.
- Candidate Position Outreach: we are contacting every candidate running for public office to get their official positions on issues we care about on record. The candidate’s responses to our survey will be published, so every voter can make informed decisions in their primaries and on election day.
Unlike some nonprofits who receive government funds, MCFL is completely dependent on the generous gifts of our members who boldly stand up for life. If you would like to support our work during these uncertain times, you can make a donation by clicking here.
Thank you for all you do for life! I wish you good health and peace of mind in the weeks ahead.
We continue witnessing miracles during these challenging. Your generosity and support is one miracle we won't forget.
Giving Tuesday gives the nation a chance to turn towards giving, rather than the consumerist taking so often tangled up with the holidays. At MCFL, we one-up that theme: Giving is good, but giving life is even better.
"I wouldn't have known I had another option if you hadn't been out here." Lilly (name changed for purposes of anonymity) met me in front of Planned Parenthood while I was helping others start sidewalk counseling. She was pregnant.
"You have no idea...I didn't know I could do anything about abortion until I started getting emails, coming to your events." Paul (named changed) pointed at the handout I had given him. "I thought I was the only one who, like, cared..."
"If I hadn't seen those [pointing at the fetal models] I would have aborted. I would have believed Evie was just a clump of my cells
"You gave me back two lives!"
"I found you online. Thank you for your website. Thank you for responding to my email, and for the note and money. It gave me the courage to keep my baby."
These are all people who -- because MCFL offered training or pregnancy resource help -- cherished or protected an unborn life.
We give a lot of things during the holiday season. We buy a lot of stuff. But we sometimes forget just how much we can give -- life! Hope. The physical presence and love that let a mother know she is not throwaway, and neither is her child.
Please partner with us, and give this holiday season to make sure that every child in Massachusetts -- in the womb or out of it -- can celebrate the holiday.
$1,000! Life is priceless!
$560 will sponsor weekly sidewalk counseling vigils for a month, and training for new counselors in Boston
$340 will provide two students or young professionals the chance to attend the National March for Life with our charted buses
$100 will sponsor a community screening of UnPlanned, especially on college campuses
$50 gives us the means to print pregnancy resource and fetal development brochures for our work outside abortion facilities for the Mont of December.
Finally, can you send our members caroling for life this Christmas? Any amount will support A Pro-Life Christmas Carol, reaching both women in crisis this season, and abortion workers.
Thank you for your generosity, your partnership, your life-saving gifts!