We took a Coins for Kids baby bottle drive out of local churches and schools and put it in our parking lot!
Thomas educated and inspired high school students at the second Leadership for Life Base Camp.
During this important election season, Grand Rapids Right to Life sponsored the Vote Life Summer Picnic to bring potential voters together with prolife candidates.
Determined to gather in person and discuss the prolife movement, more than a dozen people gathered outdoors at Manhattan Park for the summer edition of Life in the 616.
The 13th annual Prolife Golf Classic was a stroke of good luck with more golfers than ever participating in this day of fun and fellowship at beautiful Pilgrim’s Run Golf Club.
Grand Rapids Right to Life has launched a new website! After months of planning and working, the designers at 3CStudio created a new site that is similar but better suited for mobile and tablet browsing.
Joshua Haskell, a senior at West Catholic High School, was honored with the 2020 Grand Rapids Right to Life Prolife Youth Award. Haskell won a $250 scholarship and was nominated for Right to Life of Michigan’s $500 award.
It was a close competition as four students participated in the 31st annual Grand Rapids Right to Life High School Oratory Contest on Tuesday, March 3. Ethan Huizen, a homeschooled freshman, won the competition and received a $200 scholarship.
Grand Rapids Right to Life hosted more than 700 people on 13 buses traveling from Michigan to Washington, DC, for the 47th annual March for Life. Crowd estimates ranged from 450,000 to 500,000 marchers, who peacefully demonstrated against the U.S. Supreme Court decisions that legalized abortion-on-demand in all fifty states.
Hope Siwek won the inaugural March for Life scholarship, which was applied to her bus trip from Michigan to Washington, DC.