Encouraging People To
Love Life. Support Women. Change Culture.
There are many practical ways to give Emily a voice. Sponsor an unborn child, attend or hold an event, volunteer, donate or tell your friends about the work of Emily’s Voice.
Be inspired and moved by the real stories of mums, dads and their children who star in our advertising campaigns.
Motivated By Love
Emily’s Voice seeks to change culture through a relentless, truthful and yet sensitive and hopeful national media campaign that inspires Australians to love them both. We are motivated by love to speak for the unborn and support women and families facing an unplanned or crisis pregnancy.
Dad Mans Up
Dave, dad to Joel.
Oliver Saved My Life
Stacey, mum to Oliver.
Our Life is Richer
Veronica, mum to Jimmy.
*Increase in Tasmanian, Darling Downs and Hunter Valley respondents who said they were now opposed to, or unsure about, abortion since our life campaigns started.
Here is your starting point, the beginning of a journey joining with others like you who want to show love for the unborn, support for women and to change culture. Let us keep you updated with the work of Emily’s Voice and give you opportunities to be a culture changer as we build an unstoppable movement for life.
Give To Life
Give Emily a voice by investing in unborn children and their mothers.
Attend An Event
You’re invited! Find out what’s happening near you.
Put your skills and connections to good use and host your own fundraising event. Here are a few ideas…
We’re always on the lookout for more helpers. We’d love to hear from you.
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