Great Pregnancy Outreach Resources (FREE!)

Effective activism and outreach require the right tools! Our materials need to reach a vulnerable audience with a message of hope, and they have to have good information to guide a peer to resources and support. Check out these great outreach tools that you can use on campus or in your local community. Contact Beth to find out what other free resources are available to assist your pro-life student group.

Please note: SFLA distributes free resources to active pro-life students or student groups only. Pro-life organizations, community groups, and adult activists may order these resources using the provided links.

 

This is not your only choiceThis is Not Your Only Choice

This street mag, published by Human Life Alliance, is a handy size with awesome content. The magazine includes information on fetal development, abortion, adoption, and a woman’s legal rights. It also details the stories of women who have been through these experiences. Last but not least, this magazine includes resources for pregnant, parenting, and post-abortive women.

How this tool can be used: Tabling, abortion clinic outreach, distribution at events, peer-to-peer support.

  •  Click here to order Human Life Alliance “This is Not Your Only Choice” street mags.
  • If you are a student, email Beth to receive FREE copies!

 

 

Car Window Sign

Candle in the Window- Car signThis pink car sign was created by Candle in the Window. It reads, “Ask me for help. I CARE!” On the back, there is a listing of resources to readily provide information and support for someone who sees your sign. This is a great outreach tool to add to your car window. You never know who may see it!

How this tool can be used: Place in your vehicle, in the window of Campus Ministry, on your dorm room door or window.

  • Click here to order Candle in the Window car signs.
  • If you are a student, email Beth to receive FREE signs.

 

Adoption vs. Abortion

Bethany Christian- Card- PromoWhat are the similarities and differences between adoption and abortion? Thanks to Bethany Christian services, we have a great card to explain these answers. Use this awesome outreach card to explain the wonderful choice of adoption and to show how adoption is a “quality-of-life decision” for parents facing unplanned pregnancies.

How this tool can be used: Tabling, abortion clinic outreach, distribution at events, peer-to-peer support.

  • Click here to order these Bethany Christian cards online
  • If you are a student, email Beth to receive FREE cards.

 

Adoption vs. ParentingBethany Christian- Card 2- Promo

We know that there are 2 positive life-affirming options for women in unplanned pregnancy situations. How are they similar? How are they different? Share Bethany Christian Services’ “Adoption vs. Parenting” card to explain to outreach to women on your campus and in your community.

How this tool can be used: Tabling, abortion clinic outreach, distribution at events, peer-to-peer support.

  • Click here to order these Bethany Christian cards online
  • If you are a student, email Beth to receive FREE cards.

 

Raising Kids on a ShoestringRaising Kids- FFL- Promo

Raising Kids on a Shoestring is a great publication to share with your health center, campus ministry, or residence life. This guide presents resources, solutions, and support for expecting and parenting peers. “We’ve never said that being pregnant, placing a child for adoption, or parenting is easy, but we are going to do our best to make it easier,” said Serrin M. Foster, President of Feminists for Life. 

How this tool can be used: Distribution to departments on campus, tabling, distribution at events, peer-to-peer support.

  • Click here to order these guides through Feminists for Life.
  • If you are a student, email Beth to receive FREE guides.

 

 

Do you need more outreach resources? Check out our Social Media and Flyers pages for downloadable images for cyberspace and campus outreach.

This post was contributed by Beth O’Malley, Pregnant on Campus Coordinator. If you would like to access or recommend a resource, please contact Beth at [email protected].