Pregnant help pic

The Fairbanks baby found abandoned in a cardboard box – alive and wrapped in blankets – on New Year’s Eve, illustrates the necessity of pro-life pregnancy support groups across Alaska.

Newborn baby pic

Desperate young mothers who see no hope or any means of supporting their child must be shown that there is an army of pro-life advocates dedicated to helping them. Located in every major community in Alaska, these crisis pregnancy centers deserve our support, volunteer efforts and prayers. They provide accurate pregnancy information, free ultrasounds, baby supplies, parenting classes and many other valuable connections and resources for pregnant women, including information on adoption.

Please take a moment to find a pro-life center near you. If nothing else, we must be aware, and ready to point mothers-in-need toward these beacons of hope and assistance.

Click here to find a center near you.

Abandoned Fairbanks newborn must be a call to pro-life action

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 20 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.