Right to Life needs your generous support. Together we can achieve more in the battle to protect those whose lives are at risk. Not only are unborn children and their mothers just as at risk as ever but the threat of Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide now loom on the horizon. Right to Life is committed to exposing the injustice of Abortion and the threat of Euthanasia to our society. We do this primarily by lobbying politicians in parliament and by substantial letter writing to government and other bodies, by making media releases, by taking Court action and by ensuring those who are responsible for the administration of our laws do so in a way that honours those laws.
Your support is crucial in continuing this important battle on behalf of the unborn child, but also in fighting for the lives of our sick, elderly and disabled whose lives look to be increasingly at risk due to the strident call by activists for a change to our laws relating to Euthanasia and the push for doctors to be legally allowed to kill their patients. As at November 2015 Act Party leader David Seymour has a euthanasia bill in the ballot box. It could be drawn at any time and it is vitally important that we have funds available to fight this pernicious proposal. Other bills advocating for the right for doctors to kill their patients loom on the horizon. For this and for many other life issues Right to Life is seeking your support to help us ensure the rights of the weak and defenseless in our country are protected.
You can help greatly by donating in the following ways.
Sending a cheque made out to Right to Life NZ Inc. and post to us at PO Box 668 Christchurch 8140
Making a deposit to our bank account at Westpac 030802-0787992-00 using either online banking or going to your local branch and filling out a deposit slip.
Using Paypal. This is a safe and secure method of making a donation online.
Remember Right to Life in your will. Have you considered making a bequest in support of the work Right to Life is doing to protect the unborn and vulnerable. If you would like to know more about this please contact us by email at email@example.com