Red Envelope Day

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Red Envelope Day "Your card is their voice" is a pro-life campaign to send empty red envelopes in defense of the unborn, addressed to the White House. The inscription on the back of each letter reads


This envelope represents one child who died in abortion.
It is empty because that life was unable to offer anything to the world.
Responsibility begins with conception.

In 2008 following a divine urging, one man sent a little over one hundred emails to friends and other pro-life advocates. By March of 2009, nearly 2.3 million empty red envelopes were delivered to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. The Red Envelope Day Team "intention is to flood the offices of the President, key government officials and the news media with the very clear message... that as a Nation, we must protect the innocent and that equal rights must be extended to all. The preborn are no exception!"

The campaign is supported by the following Pro-life organizations; Operation Rescue, National Right To Life, Pro-life Action League, Heartbeat International, Americans United for Life, Priests for Life, The Susan B. Anthony List and countless individuals.

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