Pledge Together is an annual fundraising campaign organized by Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountain Action Fund (PPRMAF) in response to politicians’ and protesters’ attempts to misinform, intimidate, harass, and shame our staff and patients. In the early 2000’s, these anti-choice protesters formed a campaign, known as “40 Days for Life", which organizes anti-reproductive health activists to protest outside of our health centers 24 hours-a-day for 40 days.
Our campaign serves to remind our staff and patients that we will never waver in our commitment to reproductive care, justice, and education – no matter who is pounding at our door. This is a crucial time for PP Votes New Mexico (PPVNM) and PP Votes Colorado (PPVC) to raise awareness about the very real experiences that some individuals face to access abortion services in this country. Nobody should have to face harassment or threats in order to provide or receive health care.
Last year, nearly 4,500 out-of-state patients visited a Planned Parenthood in Colorado or New Mexico for reproductive health care they could not access at home. Together, we pledge to protect the safe haven status, continue our work to protect and expand access to health care, elect reproductive health champions, and pass proactive legislation.
In spite of the protesters, radical politicians, and bad pieces of legislation, we pledge together to garner the financial support needed for the political work of PPRMAF to protect and expand access to the services provided by Planned Parenthood.
We will not be deterred. We will ACT, no matter what.
Under the umbrella of Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains Action Fund, Planned Parenthood Votes Colorado and Planned Parenthood Votes New Mexico are 501 (c)(4) social welfare organizations, conducting political advocacy to protect access to the services provided by Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains. A portion of your gift may be used to support pro-choice candidates. Gifts are not tax-deductible.
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