Women's reproductive rights are at stake.
You can be the one to make a difference.

It's no secret that the Roe v. Wade overturn threatens the bodily autonomy of women. With this devastating Supreme Court decision comes a major blow to women's healthcare and reproductive rights. We cannot idly stand by.

Good Counsel has teamed up with Righteous Causes to give YOU a simple and affordable way to make a tangible impact. Your contribution holds the power to help women in real time.

It's time to turn our frustration into action. It all starts with you.

How YOU Can Protect Women's Reproductive Health Right Now!

Righteous Causes and Good Counsel are making it easy for you to create a real-life impact and help the women devastated by this ruling. As the decision went into effect immediately, there is no time to wait -- we must act now!

For only $1 a day, you can directly help women access the essential care they need for their reproductive health.

HOW IT WORKS

Click the "Donate Now" button and add your payment details to contribute $1 a day to the cause.

 

It's that simple.

We are a 501(c)(3) registered nonprofit. Your contribution is tax deductible.

WHERE YOUR DONATION GOES

Your contribution helps us provide the urgent services and care to women in need. Costs we cover include:

  • Transportation to and from states that allow abortions

  • Accommodations

  • Medical procedures

  • Mental health support

Ready to take it a step further?

If you're passionate about making a difference in your community and are interested in starting your own nonprofit to champion for women's rights on a local level, we can offer our expert guidance and resources to you!

              We can help you with:

  • Legal Services

  • Marketing

  • Consulting

  • Incorporation

  • Expert Guidance

  • Fundraising Support

  • Accounting Support

  • Resource Library and Educational Materials

  • ...Plus More!

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