Results are measured by how Vitae is affecting the culture.
- the public dialog to emphasize the pro-woman approach to pass pro-life legislation
- how to affect pro-life litigation to ensure a pro-woman public discourse
- how sidewalk advocates speak to women coming to abortion facilities
- how pregnancy centers talk to abortion-determined women
- how to effectively market PHCs to abortion-seeking women
Why you matter
With the help of our supporters, Vitae is reaching women first—before the abortion industry—and THAT matters! Please read some of our exciting success stories!
Sheila & Carly
“Sheila” was pretty far along before she broke down and told her mother she was pregnant. Deep down, she knew her mother wouldn’t be happy. She never dreamed she’d hear these words, “You can kill yourself or kill your baby!” When Sheila reached out for help, she found Hand ‘N Hand Pregnancy Center. There she was…Read More
As a Christian, Shayla never thought she would consider having an abortion. But the day she walked into Southside Pregnancy Center, she felt she had no other choice. Abortion was the answer. Shayla’s hands were full. She was already a single mother parenting a one-year-old. She had growing concerns about the relationship with the father of…Read More
Sarah came into the center and appeared to be very guarded. She was very open that having a baby at this time was extremely inconvenient. She had just moved back in with her parents and was already watching her step-mom’s 2-year-old daughter. Sarah said that her parents were going to be so angry with her.…Read More
Sapphire & Stephanie
“Sapphire” came to Parkville Women’s Clinic (PWC) wanting abortion information. As the nurse told her about the abortion procedure, tears ran down her cheek. She was given an ultrasound, and she saw her baby at 9-weeks. Her response: “I don’t think I can do this.” Did she mean she couldn’t go through with the pregnancy?…Read More
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I realized I needed a paradigm shift. It was at this point that Vitae Foundation waltzed in and dropped the tool to affect change into my lap,” Bradley stated. “Here was scientific data on what the culture is thinking on the issue of abortion. All we had to do was apply the research to our messaging.Whitney Bradley, Archdiocese of Omaha, Coordinator of the Respect Life Apostolate