Welcome to Delaware Right to
Our Mission Statement: Founded in 1973, Delaware Right to Life is the largest and most active pro-life organization in the state. Our mission is to defend innocent human life from conception to natural death. We seek to return legal protection to the unborn and to guard the sanctity of life of all those threatened by the culture of death, whether by abortion, withholding of care, or euthanasia. Education is the focus of our outreach.
LAST CHANCE TO SAVE A LIFE
So many women who aborted say later, “IF ONLY someone had been outside, I wouldn’t have done it.” Our presence on the sidewalks outside Planned Parenthood and Premier Ob-Gyn is crucial and may be the difference between life and death. We counsel, offer support, and witness to the humanity of the unborn. The walk towards an abortion clinic is the last chance for so many women to change their minds and start over. PLEASE JOIN US at these locations and times:
Planned Parenthood, Wilmington, 7th & Shipley Sts., Wednesday and Friday mornings, 8 – 10 a.m.
Planned Parenthood, Dover, 806 Governor’s Ave., Wednesday and Thursday mornings, 9 a.m. – noon.
Premier Ob-Gyn at the Station in Trolley Square, 1518 W. 13th St., 8-10 a.m. on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR DOVER DAYS, SATURDAY, MAY 7
Come to Dover for its annual historic celebration, a community event that draws thousands to the state capital and offers DRTL the chance to provide valuable information about the life issues at our exhibit table. Help is needed to set up, staff, and take down the exhibit. Contact Donna@derighttolife.org.
LISTEN TO OUR MOTHER’S DAY WDSD RADIO ON MAY 6, 7, AND 8.
Tune in to WDSD (country station) 92.9 and 94.7FM on Mother’s Day weekend, May 6,7, and 8 to hear our two pro-life radio ads supporting mothers and their unborn babies. You can listen to them here.
Remember to VOTE PRO-LIFE because without the right to LIFE, all other rights are meaningless. Support candidates who will actively work to restore legal recognition to unborn persons and to protect them while in their mother’s wombs and when threatened by the culture of death.