Heartbeat International’s Babies Go to Congress campaign may be one of the most powerful Pro-Life events on Capitol Hill. Just imagine your lawmakers meeting with women who chose life at our pregnancy centers! Working with our moms and the pregnancy centers, we are able to communicate with various congressional offices from both sides of the aisle. After all, who can turn away smiling mothers, with happy babies in hand, who share their stories of the love and support they found at their local pregnancy help center?
One by one these moms will share their stories of how their local pregnancy help organization helped them through a difficult time in their life. Some with a pregnancy test, some with housing, some with ultrasound, and some with mentorship programs... each story is different but highlights the fact that once each woman entered the center, they continued the relationship with the pregnancy help organization.
Pregnancy help centers are great for America. We know this. Women know this. These centers provided resources and support when no one else did.
View the news coverage for our 2023 Babies Go to Congress event below:
Additional articles can be found in Townhall, the Daily Signal, CBN, and CNS News, as well as coverage in our very own Pregnancy Help News.
With your support, Heartbeat International will be able to continue sending mothers and babies to Washington, D.C. every year to make a stand for life. Will you join us?
Many of you followed along as our moms and babies made their way through the halls of Congress proclaiming the life-saving, life-changing work of pregnancy help organizations.
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Thanks to your generous support, we have been able to take more than 180 moms and babies to D.C. to nearly 400 Congressional office visits since our first trip in 2009! Every one of these moms and their babies is living proof that pregnancy centers are great for America.
Meet the Moms and babies of Babies Go to Congress 2023:
If you would like to see more stories of moms like these, you can visit our Stories of Lives Saved page!