Clark County Right to Life

Join us to work for the day when every human life from conception until natural death is respected in fact and protected by law. 


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1. Sign up for email alerts and newsletters. Check out and read past newsletters HERE.   

2.  Attend Board of Trustee meetings every other month beginning January. See HOME page for location/date/time.    

3. Volunteer for exhibit at the Clark County Fair  August 2-11, 2024.  

4. Attend annual Remembrance of Abortion Victims Rally in front of the Clark County Courthouse in January. 

5. Sponsor an exhibit or presentation at your church, school, club or other gathering. Contact us about this.

6. Support life-saving billboard project.
7. Display life-saving poster at home, school, church and business. Go HERE and click on free poster.
8. "Local pregnancy resources"....share in neighborhood, school, church and online. 
9. Promote Rachel's Corner bulletin messages in your local church. These weekly messages of "hope and healing after abortion" tells your fellow church members that nothing is beyond the power and desire of God to forgive...not even abortion. Email
10. Bring "Compassion in Action" to your local community by sponsoring the live, one-act play, Viable, a story about healing after abortion. Human Life of Washington State is promoting this statewide. To see a video of the play go HERE. To get more information about bringing this play to your community contact Human Life office by phone at (253) 517-7733 or email  Ask to speak with Esther Ripplinger, Executive Director. 
More Volunteering and Resources
1. Get informed and vote for pro-life candidates. See Human Life WA State PAC info HERE.   See National Right to Life Victory Fund HERE.  See LifePAC SW WA HERE 
2. Every pregnancy assistance group needs volunteers & donations. 
3. AdoptUSKids will help you with adopting and fostering children. The need is great. More info HERE. 
4.  Backyard Orphans message: "Church leaders, there’s never been a better time to develop a foster care, adoption, and support ministry. Let’s chat!" START HERE
5. 40 Days for Life (fall and spring campaigns) combines prayer, fasting and peaceful vigil at the local abortion business, Planned Parenthood. The on-site prayer vigil takes place on 116th Ave. one block north of SE Mill Plain Blvd. Participants on-site are asked to sign the Statement of Peace. 
6. Sidewalk Advocates for Life provides training for peaceful, prayerful, legal and woman-centered presence in the public right of way outside an abortion center offering help to the abortion-minded.
7. Contact Students for Life to start a pro-life group at your middle school, high school, college and med/law school.  
8. Feminists for Life will help you make your workplace and college campus "pregnancy friendly."
9. Contact Healing the Culture to have a Life Advocacy Student Training session at your college. Principles and Choices is a respect life high school level curriculum.
10. Mother-Daughter Guide to Fertility Awareness will provide online resources for mothers and daughters in three age groups: 9-12, 13-15, 15-18. Empower your daughter to be in charge of her health. Provided by Couple to Couple League celebrating 50 years of teaching natural family planning.
11. Use the Alternative Healthy Family Formation program appropriate for grades 8-12  and developed by Teen-Aid providing abstinence and character education since 1981. Based upon risk avoidance model as opposed to WA State School Sex Ed risk reduction model championed by Planned Parenthood. (See top 10 reasons to keep PP out of our schools.) And now mandatory in all public schools.
12. Parents with children in public schools have the legal right to review the sex ed curriculum prior to instruction taking place and to opt student(s) out with a written request according to the State Dept. of Public Instruction Sample Parent Letter.
13. Get informed about legislation on the state and national level. 
Washington State...Family Policy Institute WA HERE.
National...National Right to Life Committee HERE.
14. The Endowment for Human Development provides a special teacher's page with suggestions for presenting their videos on prenatal development and pregnancy