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Published: December 5, 2012 5:38 pm to Culture News

Red Envelope Day offers pro-life Americans the opportunity to make their voices heard

On January 22, 2013, we will mark the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. To mark that day, pro-life Americans have an opportunity to make their voices heard. Red Envelope Day in 2009 saw millions of empty red envelopes sent to the White House. Each envelope represents a life not lived because of abortion.

Organizers of Red Envelope Day hope to see 1.2 million empty red envelopes sent on January 22, 2013.

In addition, the event will raise one million dollars to support pro-life organizations fighting for the rights of the unborn.

You can send an envelope by visiting this link. You will be given the opportunity to choose the political leaders and media you want your envelopes sent to.

Live Action will provide further coverage of this event.

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  • http://twitter.com/MarauderTheSN Marauder

    Is there a list of addresses anywhere for those of us who have red cardstock, time on our hands (I have a cold), and no desire to give any money to LifeSiteNews? I appreciate what they do for the pro-life movement, but I’m bisexual and I don’t appreciate the way they spin GLBT issues. I’d rather donate money to pro-life groups who focus solely on protecting human life.

    On a different note, is anyone else imagining the scene from “Miracle on 34th St.” where the mailmen are hauling in bag after bag of letters and heaping them on the judge’s desk? :)

    • annpollak

      For the President and Vice President, you simply need to address your mail to the White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500

      • http://twitter.com/MarauderTheSN Marauder

        Thanks. :)

  • Julia

    This is a great idea. However, it’s actually incorrect to say “a life not lived”. The child did live until their lives were cruelly cut short. But I understand the point being that they were not allowed to live out the rest of their lives.