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Merrimack, N.H. – The State of New Hampshire recently released financial audits of New Hampshire’s abortion clinics in response to New Hampshire Right to Life’s Right to Know Request and…
Our Annual March for Life is Saturday, January 17, 2015 with keynote speaker Catherine Adair Don’t support the abortion industry with apathy. Join us for all or part of the…
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (603) 626-7950 Merrimack, N.H. — The Board of Trustees of New Hampshire Right to Life is happy to announce the election of a new President for the…
August of 2012, I found myself sinking slowly off to another place while I heard the Pastor preaching. I thought to myself that there has got to be more to…
Possibly Fraudulent Fundraising Calls
A Letter From The National Right To Life Committee
It has come to our attention that a supposed entity is making live calls to lists of pro-lifers asking if the person is pro-life, pro-choice or somewhere in between. When the person responds pro-life, they are asked to donate to the Right to Life Committee. When the person questions the caller about where this committee is they are given a Post Office Box in Washington, D.C. 20024. When asked about what they do, the caller does not provide any information.
Further, when you Google Right to Life Committee, the first several items that come up are National Right to Life Committee. These calls are not being made by the National Right to Life Committee.
IF you should receive one of these calls, or if you hear from someone who receives one of these calls, it is suggested that you report the call as potential fraud to your state Attorney General’s office.