TOPEKA – (June 20, 2023) - In celebration of the one-year anniversary of the Dobbs decision, Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach is co-hosting a multistate donation drive to support more than 60 pregnancy centers across the United States from June 20-24.
“Pregnancy resource centers provide free and continued support to women, their babies born and unborn, and their families. Most importantly, they save lives,” Kobach said. “Please consider blessing a family by contributing to a local crisis pregnancy center today.”
How to participate:
● Click HERE to view the pregnancy centers’ wish lists
● Purchase one or as many items as you wish through the Amazon wish list
● When you checkout, be sure to select the pregnancy center’s shipping address, and the supplies will be shipped directly to the centers and used to help the women and children they support
“At the heart of the Pro-Life Movement is love for both mother and child. With the one-year anniversary of Dobbs on the horizon, we celebrate the unborn lives saved and mothers helped through the faithful service and compassionate care of the more than 2,700 pregnancy centers and maternity homes nationwide,” said Marjorie Dannenfelser, President of Susan B. Anthony Pro-Life America. “In stark contrast to the abortion industry’s one-size-fits-all ‘solution’ of abortion, the Pro-Life Movement offers resources and a community of support that empowers women and their babies to thrive. We are grateful to all in our Her PLAN community, the pregnancy center movement, and Attorney General (Lynn) Fitch for boldly building a pro-life America that supports babies and mothers.”
Across the United States, there are approximately 2,700 pregnancy centers that provide loving care and practical support to women and their children. Kansas alone is home to more than 50 of these life-affirming pregnancy resource centers that provide care and practical support to women and babies before and after birth.
“Donating key parenting supplies is such an easy and practical way to show support of life-affirming organizations that exist to help provide women compassionate care and support when they need it most,” said Andrea Trudden, Vice President of Communications & Marketing for Heartbeat International. “Your heart feels good when you help someone in need. By skipping a meal out to buy a box of diapers for a pregnancy center, you bless a family in a mighty way.”
Attorneys General Brenna Bird of Iowa, Lynn Fitch of Mississippi, Andrew Bailey of Missouri, Marty Jackley of South Dakota, Jonathan Skrmetti of Tennessee, Sean Reyes of Utah, Jason Miyares of Virginia, and Patrick Morrisey of West Virginia co-hosted the donation drive.