Claire Culwell is a living reminder of the tragic impact of abortion. In 2009, she met her birth mother and discovered that she had survived an abortion which took the life of her twin sibling.

After surviving the abortion, Culwell was adopted into a loving family that ensured she felt loved and wanted growing up. She now travels the world sharing a hopeful message of forgiveness, redemption and truth, while exposing the humanity of unborn babies and how abortion hurts women.

Culwell is an internationally known pro-life speaker and author. She has been featured on Fox News, The Daily Wire, Focus On The Family and many other media outlets. She now lives in Texas with her family.

This coming October, Culwell will travel to Alaska to speak about her experiences and the importance of supporting pro-life efforts. Her presentation in Wasilla is part of the fall fundraising banquet for HeartReach Center, a pro-life outreach in the Mat-Su that empowers mothers and fathers to choose life for their unborn babies.

The banquet will also feature HeartReach’s new mobile medical unit, which travels Alaska’s road system to provide pro-life care, testing and support for women facing unplanned pregnancies.

Launched in 1985 by a group of Mat-Su residents to support young women and parents who felt unprepared to care for a baby, and who might be considering an abortion, HeartReach has expanded considerably over the past four decades.

The pregnancy resource center now provides services such as STI testing, ultrasounds, pregnancy testing and has a no-cost market for parents, with items such as clothes, diapers and formula.

The nonprofit provides support from pregnancy to parenting, as well as several abortion recovery classes and medication that can reverse chemical abortions. Additionally, HeartReach has a program called Step Up Now (SUN) to Healthy Relationships, an educational program for teens.

The upcoming banquet is set for Oct. 6, at Wasilla Bible Church. To reserve a seat, click here.

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Abortion survivor to headline fundraiser for Mat-Su pro-life center

Joel Davidson
Joel is Editor-in-Chief of the Alaska Watchman. Joel is an award winning journalist and has been reporting for over 24 years, He is a proud father of 8 children, and lives in Palmer, Alaska.