Clark County Right to Life

supports the 40 Days for Life campaigns in east Vancouver

Protect Life Youth Crusaders (and their parents) from St. James Church join in prayer at the vigil site in 2019.

We pray, fast and offer life-affirming alternatives to abortion from the public right of way on NE 116th Ave. one block north of Mill Plain across from PP abortion center.

Fall 2021 Campaign starts Sept. 22 (Wed.) & ends Oct. 31 (Sun.)

Vancouver WA local campaign webpage HERE

Everyone who participates in the public prayer vigil part of this campaign will be asked to sign the Statement of Peace .

Local coordinator Gerry Parmantier, RN retired. Call/text 360-831-7542 or email

20, 786 lives saved world-wide (and these are just the ones we know about) since 2007. Abortion centers closed 114. Abortion workers quit 229.

First Vancouver campaign in 2009 saw a couple change their plan to abort their baby when they saw our volunteers praying on the sidewalk. "My girlfriend and I have decided to give our baby up for adoption."

Hearts broken by abortion begin to hope and heal. In 2017 a lady told us about her abortion over 20 years ago. Our response: “We grieve for your loss.” She said: “No one has ever said that to me before.” We prayed with her asking our heavenly Father to forgive and heal us. Then she thanked us for praying for her baby (we had never mentioned her baby) and took our packet of literature with post-abortion healing information inside.

We rely heavily on the prayers and sacrifices offered by many at home, work and school. Our at-home prayer warriors may benefit from the prayer resources found at

RIP Jerry Ross who passed away in June 2021. He led the first local campaign in 2009, encouraging participation with the phrase "Let's save some babies for Jesus". His obituary HERE.

RIP Father Ron Wasowski, CSC, who passed away in December 2016. He taught environmental science at the University of Portland. He was a faithful supporter of 40 Days for Life speaking at many closing ceremonies. And he spoke up for life at the University of Portland. His obituary HERE. His student newspaper article HERE