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Defending life
from conception to natural death


Donate to help stop Buffer Zones

This little girl is alive today because her Mum was helped by a pro-life pavement counsellor

SPUC members - and supporters of other pro-life groups - stand up for unborn children in many ways. One of the great successes in recent years has been the witness given by pro-life groups across the country through peaceful vigil outside abortion clinics.

There are children today who owe their very lives to the courage of these volunteers, standing out in all weathers and sometimes facing abuse from members of the public or even from officials.

The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) - the abortion chain responsible for 65,000 abortions each year in the UK - is lobbying for the introduction of "buffer zones" to ban pro-lifers from standing outside their premises. BPAS stands to lose out financially every time a woman is helped to choose life for her baby. On average, each time a woman decides not to proceed with an abortion the clinic in question stands to lose more than £500 in revenue.

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After backing the pro-life Glasgow midwives in their Supreme Court battle our funds have been severely depleted, and our intensive campaign against the Assisted Dying bill, which was defeated last month in Parliament, incurred heavy expenses.

But we are committed to help defend our fellow pro-life groups now under attack in Parliament. Their heroic witness must not be outlawed, and we hope pro-life supporters from around the country can find it in their hearts to help us raise the £25,000 we desperately need to fight this battle over the next few months.

Please use the control below to donate directly to our campaign against the introduction of buffer zones:

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I am eternally grateful for the help SPUC gave me and for giving hope to many mothers, who like me, may find themselves pregnant and alone with no one to turn to