No contest: this year’s rock stars have been the staff, volunteers, and board members of New Hampshire agencies that offer pro-life assistance and support to pregnant and parenting women.
This odd year calls for an unusual best-of list. I won’t list multiple categories or runners-up. Pregnancy care centers have swept the board, as far as I’m concerned. They are committed to being effective and abortion-free.
Here’s a link to contact information for the agencies I know about. There’s probably one near you, if you’re a Granite Stater. I welcome corrections and updates.
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When the team at Feminists for Life planned an update to its resource guide, “Raising Kids on a Shoestring,” the expectation was that another magazine-style print edition would be adequate. It wasn’t. The range of information and assistance available to pregnant and parenting individuals has grown so much that print doesn’t do it justice. Instead, FFL now has a separate web site full of “free and frugal resources, smart and creative solutions, and practical support”: kidsonashoestring.com.
I haven’t explored it fully, but anything that affirms life AND helps overcome the feeling of helplessness that accompanies a crisis pregnancy is OK with me. The PDF embedded below is from kidsonashoestring.com, and Feminists for Life hopes that lots of people will share it. I’m just doing my part here.