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Prolife Golf Classic @ Pilgrim's Run Golf Club
Jun 5 @ 9:00 am

2014_Golf_18Join us for a great day of golf and prizes at the 10th annual Prolife Golf Classic.

This event, held at beautiful Pilgrim’s Run Golf Club, is a day of fun for golfers of all levels.  Pilgrim’s Run Golf Club was selected as the favorite place to golf in West Michigan by the readers of The Grand Rapids Press.  Don’t miss your chance to golf at this prestigious course and to raise money to benefit the prolife efforts of Grand Rapids Right to Life.

Register as a foursome or register as a single and we will match you with other golfers.

This day of fun and fellowship includes a light breakfast, practice balls, 18 holes of golf, on-course games, and lunch.

Does your golf game need a little help?  Mulligan Packages are available for purchase!

Looking for an additional way to get involved?  Consider being a sponsor of this outing:

  • Scoreboard Sponsor
  • Food Sponsor
  • Cart Sponsor
  • Beverage Sponsor
  • Double Tee Sponsor
  • Tee Sponsor

Save $25 per golfer with the early bird discount if registered by March 1.

To participate in or to sponsor this event, complete and return the golf brochure.

Rock the Block @ Madison Square
Jun 10 @ 11:00 am – 6:00 pm

Rock the BlockGrand Rapids Right to Life will have a booth at this year’s Rock the Block street fair at Madison Square in Grand Rapids.

This is a great opportunity for us to get in front of thousands of people and to educate on the prolife issue.

Sponsored by LINC Community Revitalization, Rock the Block has evolved since 2011 to become a large street fair with vendors, resources, and entertainment where residents can listen to great bands, sample local food, connect with local non-profit organizations, and take in Madison Square’s rich cultural history.
Help promote the message of life to more than 10,000 people by volunteering for a two-hour time slot.
Sign-up online to volunteer.

The W.A.R. on Women @ W.A.R. Chest Boutique
Jun 22 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Becky McDonaldAs the daughter of a missionary doctor, Becky McDonald spent her childhood in the jungles of Bangladesh. At the age of 14, her Bengali playmate was found wounded, raped, and unable to speak due to the acid used to silence her cries.

This incident prompted McDonald to spend her life rescuing at-risk women and children and lifting them to lives of dignity and worth.

Women at Risk, the organization McDonald founded, is represented in all 50 states and in 51 countries addressing issues such as female circumcision, rape, honor killings, acid attacks, AIDS, and human trafficking.

Women at Risk has rescued children as young as two weeks old from the intended horror of human trafficking. They run the U.S. Training Center program to employ at risk and rescued women from West Michigan. The Tea Trade Café trains women in barista skills so that they can work with dignity and find healing from their past.

Human trafficking victims experience and report high rates of forced abortions. Overseas, women have experienced as many as nine abortions. They are made to pay for them personally by their “owners” or it is held against their “debt” with daily compounding interest. W.A.R. walks with women who have experienced forced abortions and were never given any “choice.” They also assist mothers who choose life and raise their children alone.
This private reception with Becky McDonald will include refreshments and an opportunity to shop the W.A.R. store.
Tickets are limited and it is recommended that they be pre-purchased by contacting Grand Rapids Right to Life.

Focus on Life Benefit Dinner @ DeVos Place Ballrooms
Oct 9 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Ann McElhinneyThe 30th annual Focus on Life Benefit Dinner at the DeVos Place ballrooms in downtown Grand Rapids will feature film producer Ann McElhinney as the keynote speaker.

McElhinney is a producer and director known for FrackNation (2013), Not Evil Just Wrong (2009), and Mine Your Own Business: The Dark Side of Environmentalism (2006). She has just completed her latest project, Gosnell:  America’s Biggest Serial Killer.

Talking about her new movie, McElhinney explained, “It is a true story.  This really happened in America.  [Gosnell] killed thousands of children, and people do not know.”

McElhinney produced this film to shed light on the heinous crimes of abortionist Kermit Gosnell, who was convicted in 2013 of first-degree murder for killing three infants who were born alive.  Although he received multiple life sentences with no possibility of parole, the media ignored his actions, his trial, and the terrible suffering of his victims.

Don’t miss this evening of celebrating life and championing the prolife cause.

Individual seats and tables can be purchased now by completing and submitting a registration form.

Coins for Kids
Dec 31 all-day

Baby BottleCoins for Kids is a fundraiser for Grand Rapids Right to Life and local pregnancy centers.

Churches and organizations in the Grand Rapids area are encouraged to choose one month to host a baby bottle drive.

Profits benefit Grand Rapids Right to Life and local agencies that provide material support to women and families facing unplanned pregnancies.

It’s easy to host a Coins for Kids baby bottle drive!

Step 1:
Select a month that your church or school would like to participate and call Grand Rapids Right to Life.

Step 2:
Spread the word by putting the dates for the baby bottle drive in your bulletin or newsletter and by making announcements.

Step 3:
Request as many bottles as you need.  We suggest one bottle per family.

Step 4:
Spend the month filling those bottles with your spare change. 

Step 5:
Grand Rapids Right to Life will pick up the bottles at the end of the month and bring them to the bank to get counted.

Join us in this wonderfully easy and tangible way that you can support the prolife efforts of Grand Rapids Right to Life and the work of local pregnancy centers.