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Start A Pro-Life Group

Follow these simple steps, and you will be well on your way to having a successful pro-life group, changing the culture, and saving lives on your school!

1. Get Educated on Pro-Life Issues
Contact us to start learning about abortion and other pro-life issues!

2. Know Your School
Ask the front desk who to talk to about starting a pro-life club, and learn the requirements you have to follow.

3. Find like-minded people who are willing to help start a group with you.

4. Become an Official School Group
Get support from a teacher and fill out the appropriate forms to become official!

5. Find and Develop New Members

6. Manage the Group
Set up regular meetings, have brainstorming meeting on events and projects you would like to accomplish throughout the year, and set your goals to help mamas, save babies, and educate your school on being pro-life! Here are some ideas.


Is your school saying that you are not allowed to have a pro-life club on campus?
They are probably wrong! We are here to help you overcome that pushback.

Reach out to let us help:


Recruit New Members by Clipboarding

What is Clipboarding?

Steps to Clipboarding

1.) Prepare
First, find a location at your school that most students pass through on a daily basis (like the cafeteria entrance or a popular hang out place).
Ask the other potential leaders of the pro-life group to help you. The more people you have clipboarding, the more students you can survey and get to sign up.
Have appropriate supplies. You will need at least 2 clipboards, sign-up sheets, and pens. On your sign up sheets, make sure there is room for the student’s contact information (name, email, phone number).
Pick a meeting time at a specific location with your fellow leaders. Before you begin approaching students, discuss what questions you will ask and what information you will give. If you already have your first meeting planned, tell people who are interested about it!

2.) Approach Students
Be energetic! You are giving the students at your school an opportunity to be part of an organization that is working to save lives and help women!
• Approach each person with a smile and good eye contact.
• Ask, “Are you pro-life?”
• For those that say “yes”, ask, “Do you want to help new mothers keep their babies and raise life issues on campus?”
• For those that respond positively, ask for and record their contact information: name, phone number, email address, and class year
• If the person seems like a potential leader, mark that next to their name for your future reference!

3.) Contact those You Clipboarded
Once you have your first meeting planned, e-mail, connect on social media, and call those you have clipboarded. Also, invite all of your friends from your school and/or church community.

Organize a Pro-Life Event

Host a Speaker: Educate and inform your church or school by hosting a pro-life speaker. If you are at a school, make sure you school does one pro-life school assembly. Contact Louisiana Right to Life for speaker ideas, or check with Students for Life of America for a complete listing of pro-life speakers, their cost, and contact information to organize an event.

Set Up Cemetery of the Innocents: This is a visual display of the lives lost each year to abortion using crosses, flags, or other markers. Contact Louisiana Right to Life to borrow hundreds of pink and blue flags that can be set up at your school.

Baby Shower or Supply Drive: You can have a baby shower as a club for a local pregnancy center or a local mom in need – this can be done with just the members of your club or the whole school! A way to get the whole school involved is to set up a week of competition to see which grade can donate the most diapers or general baby supplies! Use to find your nearest pregnancy center – call and ask if they would be interested in benefitting from your event and see what supplies they are in need of.

Email and ask for a Youth Director to help you with starting a group or any of the above projects!