WI Pregnancy Care Centers Receive More Grant Money From Sales of “Choose Life” Plates

WI Pregnancy Care Centers Receive More Grant Money From Sales of “Choose Life” Plates

Choose Life Wisconsin license plates have been available since late October 2017. Currently there are over 1500 of these plates on cars in The Badger State. Sales of the plates have resulted in over $65,000 being distributed to some twenty-five pregnancy care centers that are the front-lines of the pro-life movement. This week, another round of grants will be distributed to nineteen of these life-saving, women-helping organizations. The thirty-two thousand five hundred dollars being given out brings the total to just under one hundred thousand dollars in a little over two years.

St. Francesca Resource Center in Chippewa Falls receives a check from the proceeds of the Choose Life License plates. WFC president Julaine Appling (L), Tina Simmons, (R)
Julaine Appling (L) presents a check to Agape Help Center in Waupaca.
New Dawn Pregnancy Resource Center in Woodruff, WI receives check from proceeds of “Choose Life” Wisconsin license plates.

Wisconsin Family Council and Pro-Life Wisconsin partner to underwrite all the administrative costs of Choose Life Wisconsin, which allows us to give to give every penny that comes from the sale of the plates to Wisconsin’s incredible pregnancy care centers. For information on how you can get one of these distinctive plates, click HERE or call 888-378-3795.

Chequamegon Prenancy Resource Center (L to R) Director, Kris Westlund, Julaine Appling, WFC president, Elaine Leroy, Board Vice-Chair

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