Seeing is believing
Albertans will not reject abortion until Albertans see abortion.
With your help we can keep the reality of abortion seen in the public square.
Activist city-councils, like those of Calgary, Strathmore, and High River, have attempted to silence pro-life free speech. That is why we have launched “The reality of abortion is too disturbing for this billboard” a massive, province-wide advertising campaign that aims to keep the disturbing reality of abortion visible, and to bypass the unjust censorship of activist city-councils.
When something is so horrifying we can’t stand to look at it, perhaps we shouldn’t be accepting it. That is why it is important for Albertans to see the consequences of having no laws against abortion.
Help keep the reality of abortion in front of Albertans by chipping in with a tax-deductible contribution today.
OTHER WAYS TO GIVE:
- To contribute monthly through your bank account – please use this form
- E-transfers can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org (Include your mailing address so we know who to make the tax-receipt out to).
- To make a financial contribution by mail, please mail a cheque made out to: Prolife Alberta. Mail your cheque to:
12 Spruce Ctr SW
Calgary, AB T3C 3B3
Please note that the maximum allowable contribution is $4,300 and the maximum allowable tax credit is $1,000. Scroll down for full information on available tax credits.
Thank you for supporting Prolife Alberta!
Please note that contributions can only be accepted from residents of Alberta.
For a $200.00 financial contribution, you will receive a tax credit of $150.00, making your total cost only $50.00! That’s a 75% refund! A great value and a great way to help out an organization that is committed to promoting pro-life public policy in Alberta!
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The maximum allowable donation is $4,300.00 and the maximum allowable tax credit is $1000.00.
NOTE: Contributions over $250.00 are made public by Elections Alberta.
Un-incorporated groups, which might include lawyers and accountants, must have receipts issued in the names of individuals or partners.