The Virtual March for Life is growing every second, and your response online in support of life has been nothing short of amazing.
We have also been encouraged to have the support of leaders like Senator John McCain, Governor Mike Huckabee, Governor Sarah Palin, Governor Rick Perry, House Republican Leader John Boehner, Rep. Mike Pence, Rep. Eric Cantor, Dr. James Dobson, Tony Perkins, Chairman Michael Steele, and many others. You can see their avatars on the website by clicking on Leaders Marching for Life.
Tomorrow we are going to offer you exclusive, interactive coverage of the March for Life. Thanks to our friends at the EWTN network, you’ll be able to watch via webcast, chat via Twitter – using the hashtag #march4life – and follow our live blog to receive constant updates on the March for Life.
If you are posting about the March for Life on Twitter, please append the hashtag of #march4life to all of your posts. This will ensure that all of the tweets show up on Virtual March for Life
We are excited to be able to offer this live website, and we need your help to make tomorrow’s ventures successful.
So please, get the word out!
Participating in the March for Life – whether in person or online – is very important with the healthcare bill moving forward on Capitol Hill. This is your chance to directly impact the debate in Congress. Your actions tomorrow will help show Congress that America does not want publicly-funded abortions.
Here’s what you can do:
1. Forward this email to all of your friends and invite them to participate in the Virtual March for Life, and then follow Friday’s events live at www.virtualmarchforlife.com.
2. Participate in the March for Life using the Twitter hashtag #march4life in your tweet.
3. You can also send a text message (SMS) from your phone. Send a text message to 87884 and include @wif15150 in the body of your message.
4. Become a fan of the Virtual March for Life on Facebook and also use the Facebook application to spread the word.
Thanks again for all of your support and for participating in the Virtual March for Life.
Charmaine Yoest, Ph.D.
President & CEO