Women’s Fund Acknowledgment
Argosy Foundation Acknowledgment
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“Quit or Die.” On Wednesday, September 9, Planned Parenthood staff, and everyone else who worked in the Lake Otis Way building, were greeted first thing in the morning by this message.
The Louisville city council recently voted to reject an ordinance which would create “buffer zones” around health care facilities providing abortions, such as Planned Parenthood.
The 18-hour law stated that in order to access abortion, a person must receive an ultrasound at least 18 hours before the procedure. The 18-hour law was passed in 2016 by a Republican legislature and signed by then-governor Mike Pence.
Planned Parenthood health centers in rural and conservative areas are the “boots on the ground” in terms of serving multiple communities. Because of physical distance barriers, this often leaves these communities underserved.
On Friday, September 18, the world lost an extraordinary woman who fought for all of us on thousands of fronts. US Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a stalwart champion of equal rights, who stood up fearlessly and tirelessly – even in dissent – for equality and freedom.
It’s the best time of year to support the work of Planned Parenthood in Kentucky! That’s because the BIGGEST day of the year for Kentucky philanthropy – Give for Good – is coming up in just a few days, on September 17.
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