Focus on Life Dinner – Save the Date
The annual Focus on Life dinner is coming up fast, so please save the date: Tuesday, October 3, 2017, at Lumber Barons in Bay City. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and dinner and program begin at 6:30 p.m. Special guest speaker will be Lisa Gigliotti. More details to follow.
Join Us. Become a Member.
One of the most effective and efficient ways to express your concern about Life issues is to make your voice be heard as one of many. You can do this by joining Bay County Right to Life. As an affiliate of Right to Life of Michigan, we educate and share the value of life with the general public, students, families, churches, businesses, and elected officials. Turn your concern into action. Join us. Become a supporter of the strongest pro-life voice in Michigan and Bay County.
To sign up, download the Membership Form to print and mail in your membership, or click on the Donate button to submit your membership electronically.
New Donate Form for Online Giving
It’s easier now than ever to donate to Bay County Right to Life. A new form allows you to make a one-time donation, give monthly, sign up for membership, purchase tickets for the dinner, or to just show your support for lifesaving efforts in our community.
Your generous donations are used to: provide educational materials on abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, and assisted-suicide; sponsor pro-life speakers at the annual dinner; purchase advertising to promote the 1-800-57-WOMAN helpline; support bus trips to March for Life; work with youth groups and schools; and assist agencies that defend all of life, especially those facing a crisis pregnancy.
Your continuing support is so appreciated and makes possible the pro-life work of Bay County Right to Life. Click on any of the Donate buttons at the top of the page to see how easy and simple it really is, and thank you for your support of Life!
Check Out Our Ad in the Great Lakes Bay Magazine
Bay County Right to Life recently had the opportunity to be featured in the Great Lakes Bay Magazine. We told our story and shared the message of life in the Nov/Dec 2016 issue. You can view it here and read all about us on page 26!
Stitches of Love
Do you know how to knit or crochet? Want to help out your community? We have just the thing for you!
Bay County Right to Life is collecting newborn baby items (hats, sweaters, afghans, booties). Each item will be tagged, “With Love, Bay County Right to Life,” and delivered to the Birthing Center at McLaren Bay Region.
If you would like to help with this project but do not knit or crochet, please consider donating yarn instead. Questions? Please call Denise at 989-450-3366.
Interview With An Unborn Child
The following 4-minute video “Interview With An Unborn Child” is a powerful testimony to the most intimate thoughts and demolished dreams of the unborn child whose life is about to be taken from the safest place in the world for a baby to be: the mother’s womb.
Watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phTC5YqhMss
Thanks for visiting–here’s a little bit about us
Bay County Right to Life is one of over 100 local Right to Life of Michigan affiliates representing thousands of Michigan citizens. Right to Life is a volunteer, non-profit organization composed of grassroots people of different political persuasions, various faiths, and diverse economic, social and ethnic backgrounds. We come together for one purpose, to restore legal protection to those members of our human family who are threatened by abortion, infanticide, or euthanasia. Diverse though we are, we hold that EVERY human being has an inalienable right to life.
We were formed in 1980 and have become the largest pro-life voice in the county. We are very active in the community, have a vibrant membership, and strive to proclaim the value of life from the moment of conception until natural death. Please consider joining us.
Bay County Right to Life supports the efforts of all local crisis pregnancy centers including Bay County’s Beacon of Hope Pregnancy Care Center. Assistance may also be obtained by calling the statewide hotline: 1-800-57-WOMAN. We also have an active email network and Facebook page. For more information or to be kept “in the loop,” please join either one or both. We must never be silent.