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Remember New Hampshire pro-life ministries on #GivingTuesday
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On #GivingTuesday, remember local pro-life organizations!

A few years ago, #GivingTuesday (complete with hashtag) was created by people who thought that after the buy-it-now urgency of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it was time for day dedicated to supporting charities and nonprofit endeavors. Today's the day!  I ask you that as you make your donation decisions, you give special attention to some great pro-life work that's going on in the Granite State.  Here are a few ideas, with click-to-donate links where available. 

A few days ago, I posted on the blog about pro-life agencies that assist pregnant and parenting women, changing lives for the better. Any of these agencies will welcome your support through volunteering, donating needed items, or making a financial donation. Contact information is at the bottom of this email. Pictured below is the team from Pathways Pregnancy Care Center in Littleton, led by executive Director Lesley Wotten (second from left).
 
 

You can donate to the international 40 Days for Life effort, or make a donation to your local 40DFL campaign. Don't forget that your time is a donation, too, and the next campaign will begin in March. 

New Generation in Greenland provides a safe family-oriented shelter for homeless pregnant women and their babies.

Among its broad range of services and programs, New Hampshire Catholic Charities includes Our Place for pregnant and parenting youth and the St. Charles Children's Home for students who can benefit from one-on-one behavioral therapy. 
The Meals on Wheels program has been close to my heart ever since I saw the difference it made to my mother towards the end of her life. I'm happy to do what I can now to support St. Joseph Community Services, which handles Meals on Wheels for Hillsborough County. 

This one's not local, but its work is timely and important: the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition is in my opinion doing more than any other single organization to educate and advocate for life in the face of pressure for assisted suicide and euthanasia. While the Coalition is based in Canada, it has a vibrant USA division, led by Nancy Elliott of New Hampshire.

I've been asked about ways to support the work I do with Leaven for the Loaf. I have a PayPal button on the blog for sponsorships and donations (which are NOT tax-deductible). You can also support Leaven by making your Amazon purchases at this link or by using any Amazon ad on the blog. As always, I'm grateful for support from readers.


Thank you for all you do to build a Culture of Life!


Pennacook Pregnancy Center (Manchester), 603-206-5306
Birthright of Southern New Hampshire (Derry): 603-434-3000
Birthright of Manchester: 603-668-3443, 247 S. Main Street, 03102
Seacoast Birthright (Portsmouth), 603-436-5558
Care Net Pregnancy Center of Manchester and Nashua, 603-623-1122 (Manchester), 603-883-1122 (Nashua)
Pregnancy Center of the Upper Valley, 603-298-6123 (W. Lebanon), 603-542-4747 (Claremont)
Care Net Pregnancy Center of Greater Concord, 603-224-7477
Options Pregnancy and Sexual Health Resources (Dover), 603-749-4441
Pregnancy Resource Center of the Monadnock Region (Keene), 603-358-6460
Aspire Women's Center (Laconia), 603-528-3121
Pathways Pregnancy Care Center (Littleton), 603-444-3991
Haven Pregnancy Services (Plymouth), 603-536-2111
 
 
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