Roe Vs Wade Movie Screening

March for life NY- Co sponsor Roe v Wade movie screening – March 13th 2021 –  can get info on www.marchforlifeny.com

Join us at Grace & Truth Church for an early screening of the film Roe v. Wade before it releases to the public!

Saturday, March 13th
6:00 p.m.

Grace & Truth Church 
4474 Middle Country Rd
Calverton NY 11933

Tickets are $12.50

Payment for tickets will be processed as a donation to March For Life NY. Please fill out the form on www.marchforlifeny.com to attend

Seats are limited, so reserve yours today!

https://www.roevwademovie.com

High School Junior/Senior Oratory Contest

High school juniors and seniors including home schoolers, you have the voice, the enthusiasm, the spirit and the oppor- tunity to speak up for the voiceless and marginalized members of the human family; the pre-born, the frail elderly and the disabled.

Please consider participating in the annual Oratory Contest sponsored by the Long Island Coalition for Life Educational Trust o be held at Joseph Barry Council Knights of Columbus Hall, on Sunday, March 21, 2021. You will have the opportunity to express in a logical and organized way your respect for the life of every individual no matter how small or incapacitated. The first, second and third place winners will receive $500, $300 and $200 respectively.

You may focus your 5-7 minute speech on one of the following topics: abortion, stem cell research/cloning, euthanasia, assisted suicide or health care rationing. Applications are due Feb. 15th, 2021 and your speech submitted by Feb. 28, 2021. You may refer to notes if needed during speech however contestants should not read it. Any questions please email MakeRoom4Him@Gmail.com or call 516-672-3957

Download the application here:

LONG ISLAND COALITION FOR LIFE EDUCATIONAL TRUST FUND HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP AWARD – 2021

Awards: $350.00 and $250.00

Purpose: To challenge young people to become actively engaged in raising social awareness and responsibility for human life.

Eligibility: This scholarship is open to all current high school seniors residing on Long Island (Nassau & Suffolk), New York.

Task: Young people can influence their peers to become active members in movements they consider to be important.  More and more young people today are actively pro-life, defending the life and dignity of the pre-born, the elderly and the disabled. 

What are some of the ways that you have used to promote the respect for human life message among your peers, encouraging them in the respect for human life?

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  • Applications are available on ProlifeED.org and ProlifeLI.org

  • Submit completed application (information & requirements) 

no later than June 15, 2021 to:

LICL Educational Trust Fund, PO Box 247, Old Bethpage, NY 11804

OR email to: Makeroom4him@gmail.com

  • The winners will be announced by July 1, 2021. 

http://Down Load Application Here or Print/Copy From Below

SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

 INFORMATION

Candidate Name: ___________________________________________

Address: __________________________________________________

Phone: (_____) __________________

E-mail Address: _____________________________________________

High School Name: __________________________________________

Expected Graduation Date: ________________

REQUIREMENTS

For items #1 & #2: Submit activities that took place any time from Jan 2020 through the time you turn in your application. You can use as much space as needed for the descriptions, but you will be evaluated on the content, not the length of, your responses. Provide photos, grades, feedback, screenshots, weblinks, etc., as applicable.

  1. List your participation in respect for human life event(s). Participation in at least one event is required. The event should preferably be public outreach (e.g. a vigil, rally, pro-life information table at school event).
  1. Describe a specific activity or action you performed that helped engage others with the respect life message. Explain when, where, what, and how you incorporated the respect for human life message. For example, this might be part of a class assignment (speech, debate, video, artwork), club activity, or other project (e.g. social media posts).
  1. Write a 300-500 word essay about your experience when carrying out scholarship requirements #1 & #2. This may be, e.g., your personal challenges with an activity, reactions of others to your presentation/project, what you’ve learned preparing for this scholarship.

SCHOLARSHIP GUIDELINES

Applicants will be rated and selected on:

  • Level of Involvement — Participation in respect for human life events
  • Creative advocacy — Incorporating the respect for human life message into a public setting using pro-life topic(s)
  • Dedication — Time and effort displayed in advocating respect for human life on Long Island.

Topics are limited to one or more of the following:

  • Abortion
  • Assisted Suicide
  • Bioethics (as it relates to pro-life)
  • Black Genocide (through abortion)
  • Embryonic Stem Cell Research
  • Ectogenesis
  • Eugenics (as it relates to pro-life)
  • Euthanasia
  • Fetal Development (in the context of abortion)
  • Infanticide
  • Legal Points – Right to Life
  • Men & Abortion
  • Post Abortion
  • Pro Life Apologetics
  • Special Needs/Down Syndrome