Calling on you to be a member

Hello ! My name is Steve Klomp and I am the newly elected Director of the Right to Life Association of Western Australia.

I am writing to you today to ask you to become a member of our Association, perhaps one of the most important organisations fighting to preserve life from conception to natural death.

The Right to Life Association of Western Australia has been around for more than forty years but today we are going through a major lift in our operations. We will still be the one to inform, to educate, to lobby our politicians and to provide telephone counseling services, but we will also have a strong digital footprint now too, and we plan to work closely with other like-minded organizations.

Our work was always focused on the fight to end abortion but of course today we are fighting for all phases of life. Our opposition to the push to legalise Euthanasia in Western Australia, which has caused so much heartache overseas is now a major part of the battle we face.

So, join us! For a very small annual outlay you can show your support for all life. You can show how you are prepared to help protect the right to life of every person, born or unborn, young or old, fit or challenged.

Can I rely on your help?

In return for your pledge we can offer you access to our new website, a newsletter every three months, a source of the information you need, a research source, a courageous voice in the battle. Just as importantly, joining us means you will no longer feel powerless. It is an opportunity to show your support for those who protest on your behalf.

What you can do to help?

Please complete this online registration or you can download an application form and send to us via email or post. Your help is very much appreciated (and don’t forget to ask your friends to join!).

And what about your prayers? We are a Christ-centred organisation, so please include us in your prayers every day. You might like to start a prayer group in your home or parish. We are happy to help you advertise, or perhaps we can come and say hello when you meet.