2024 abortion outlook discussed on KET

Four KY Representatives, called "Powerhouses" by Kentucky Tonight host, Renee Shaw, weighed in on numerous topics related to the 2024 Legislative Session. The final topic centered on exceptions to abortion.

Video set to start about at beginning of discussion of abortion topic. Find out what these women are thinking! The 2024 Regular Legislative Session begins on January 2.

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by Addia Wuchner, Executive Director

Happy Thanksgiving to YOU, KRLA and Educational Foundation Friends. This post brings good news on some current outreaches.

Nearly two months ago, our 23rd Annual Golf Outing was enjoyed by many pro-life supporters, and new friends came, too! This event supports our mission to educate the public on the cause of LIFE, especially in regards to reaching moms and saving the babies.

With the overturning of Roe in June of 2022, our Kentucky Court battles and the current cultural confusion, we are acutely aware of an even greater urgency now placed on our advocacy and educational outreach.

In the past year, we committed time and listened closely to young woman to better understand why they have felt terminating the life of their child was the answer to their situation. Many were scared, and often felt coerced or pressured by their traffickers, friends, or the baby’s father. In our conversations, we learned most did not really want to take their baby’s life, but felt at that moment hopeless, their futures were bleak, and they felt they had nowhere to turn.

In 2023, we expanded our advocacy and education footprint under the robust theme: Loving Them Both - With Every Woman, For Every Child.

In August we announced and launched two SIGNIFICANT Initiatives:

  • SAFE HAVEN BABY RESCUE BOXES - THE RIGHT TO LIFE EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION OF KENTUCKY committed to provide each of our Right to Life Chapters throughout Kentucky up to a $1000 match to assist our Chapters in supporting their community’s effort to raise the funds for a Safe Haven Baby Box.
  • HER FUTURE - PREGNANT & PARENTING SCHOLARSHIPS - No mother, no matter her age, should feel she has to choose between her education and her baby's life. She still has a world of opportunity ahead of her, and it is important to be there to support her to embrace a future that may now include motherhood and a degree.

The Right to Life Educational Foundation of Kentucky committed and blessed Her Future Scholarships with generous institutional double-it-match of $50,000. We launched a challenge match goal of $100,000 to assist Moms who choose life to continue their education, securing a bright future for them and their baby. Our “Love Them Both” Phase I Goal was set at $50,000. Sponsors and Golfers, we are excited to share that because of your faithful generosity and support, YOU DID IT! The 2023 Tee Off Fore Life Charity Golf Outing raised $50,000!

Special thanks to Mike Ryan and Dennis Corley for making the event happen!

Blessings and Thank You Again!

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Our thanks to Tessa Redmond, writer and photographer for Kentucky Today, for her excellent coverage of the Thursday, August 24, KRTL Media Conference at the Kentucky State Fair! - Addia Wuchner, Executive Director, KRTL and The RTL Educational Foundation of Kentucky

Ky. Right to Life announces scholarship for pregnant, parenting students

By Tessa Redmond | KENTUCKY TODAY | Aug 24 2023

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) – One of Kentucky's leading pro-life organizations is offering an avenue of support for high schoolers and college students who choose life when facing an unexpected pregnancy. On Thursday, Kentucky Right to Life unveiled the "Her Future" Pregnant & Parenting Scholarship at the Kentucky State Fair.


"Studies have shown that pregnancy and birth…are significant contributors to high school dropout rates," said Addia Wuchner, executive director of Kentucky Right to Life. "We know that one in five women in college are unmarried mothers…We know there is a need. No woman, or girls, should ever have to choose between the life of her child and her education."

Wuchner added that higher educational attainment among mothers generally leads to higher-paying jobs, more involved and supportive parenting, safer living situations and access to healthcare for their children.

"This is critical for the children of the commonwealth of Kentucky," she said.

Kentucky Right to Life's education foundation pledged a $50,000 institutional match, while phase one of the funding process has set a goal of $100,000.

Sisters for Life, a Louisville-based pro-life ministry, also offers an education scholarship to address a need they frequently hear abortion-vulnerable women articulate, and the organization's president, Angela Minter, applauded the scholarship announcement.

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We have spectacular fireworks BEFORE the Fourth of July! The RTL Educational Foundation radio spots are sparking interest! Hear the spots and view the current media schedule.

The ads were created by Ryan Bomberger of The Radiance Foundation. He is a creative talent in the pro-life arena.

The media campaign will continue through mid-September.

Your donations of any amount are very welcome. Mail a check payable to the RTL Educational Foundation of Kentucky to Right to Life, 134 Breckinridge Lane, Louisville, KY 40207, or donate through PayPal or with your credit card. You do not need to be a PayPal member to use their site for donations. Thank you!

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11/22/2023 3:59:24 PM
Blessings and thank you to our sponsors, golfers, volunteers and everyone for supporting the 2023 Tee Off Fore Life Charity Golf Outing!
8/25/2023 7:53:14 PM
RTL Educational Foundation takes a big step forward to support high schoolers and college students who choose life when facing an unexpected pregnancy.
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The RTL Educational Foundation of Kentucky is investing in a major radio outreach now!

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