When it comes to Planned Parenthood, there is a lot to talk about! They’re the nation’s largest abortion business and most people don’t know what goes on at Planned Parenthood behind closed doors. That’s where your group comes in! It’s your job to expose Planned Parenthood for what they really are!
SFLA Resources to Request from your Regional Coordinator:
- “Planned Parenthood’s Plan for You” postcards
- “The Planned Parenthood Project” postcards
- “Planned Parenthood v. Federally Qualified Health Centers” postcards
- “We Don’t Need Planned Parenthood” training
- Reserve tabling space.
- Pick a highly-trafficked area and a busy time. We recommend 9am-2pm for hosting your table in order to generate the most conversation.
- Gather your materials.
- Make a sign that says, “Do we need Planned Parenthood?” “Should we defund Planned Parenthood?” “We Don’t Need Planned Parenthood”, etc.
- Order postcards from your Regional Coordinator at least one week before your event. The earlier, the better!
- Find a few videos about Planned Parenthood and a computer or iPad you can show others (Here’s a great one from Live Action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJeLTE7aG78&t=2s ).
- Educate your group members.
- This is the perfect time to host a “Planned Parenthood” training! Contact your Regional Coordinator to schedule this.
- Now that your group has been equipped, get them to sign-up for a shift.
- Get out there!
- Pass out postcards and engage in conversations with students about what Planned Parenthood really does!
- Let others know how your day went.
- Post on your group’s social media accounts and update your Regional Coordinator.
Here’s a helpful website: www.getyourcare.org
You can find your nearest Federally Qualified Health Center and Community Health Centers on this list. There are thousands of FQHCs across the nation. These facilities offer comprehensive care at little to no cost, and are part of a larger network of providers than Planned Parenthood. Yes, Planned Parenthood doesn’t own a monopoly on women’s healthcare!
Questions? Contact your Regional Coordinator for more information.