You’ve heard about how we are going to #Sockit2PP, right? We are collecting 323,999 baby socks – one for each victim of abortion at the hands of Planned Parenthood last year – and delivering them to Congress in efforts to show lawmakers that we want no more taxpayer money going to the abortion giant.
We are also asking supporters to pin a baby sock to their garment, backpack, jacket, etc. to spark conversations about defunding Planned Parenthood and why it is so important that we do. In short, they are the biggest player in the abortion industry – they make the most money, file the most lawsuits, have the biggest PR budget, do the most abortions. If they fall, so does the abortion industry.
We understand that collecting nearly 324,000 baby socks is a massive undertaking but you know what, it’s go big or go home here at SFLA. But really, we need your help. If every Students for Life group collects just 294 baby socks, we will meet the goal.
The Grand Prize winner will receive a trip for 5 to the Students for Life of America National Conference next January! Other prizes will include a Cemetery of Innocents display and speakers for your campuses. More details and the entry form will be sent soon from your SFLA Regional Coordinator.
But we need to hurry. We must have all socks mailed into us by Tuesday, April 18th to qualify for the national Sock Race!
Here’s what you need to do:
STEP 1: Download our free #Sockit2PP Digital Tool Kit for your campus
STEP 2: Organize the #Sockit2PP campaign on your campus
STEP 3: Collect as many baby socks as you can from local Goodwills, stores, and parents to use for your campaign
STEP 4: Hold your #Sockit2PP campaign, gathering socks and helping people send a message to Congress to defund Planned Parenthood
STEP 5: Email Students for Life at [email protected] to let us know how many socks you’ve collected, and then ship in your socks. Remember to include contact information for your group in the package(s), so we can record how many socks your group turned in.
Let’s do this #ProLifeGen.