We are the only national pro-life organization dedicated to training and equipping college, high school, middle, med, and law students. We know that Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry directly target young people for business, and the youth drive our culture. Yet, for too long, young people were simply an after thought in the pro-life movement. This generation deserves a full-time ministry dedicated to training and mobilizing them to abolish abortion on their campuses, in their communities, and across the nation. Click here to learn more about our strategy.
Every program and employee within Students for Life has measurable goals to achieve each school year. We monitor our impact by measuring the number of student pro-life organizations we serve; the activity/quality level of each student pro-life organization; the number of students we mentor, train, and their in-kind volunteer hours; the number of Students for Life groups and student leaders participating in our conferences, regional workshops, fellowships, and community mobilizations; and the earned media value of our narrative-shifting campaigns. We do not measure the number of babies our efforts have spared from abortion as that is simply an impossible number to estimate as our student leaders and team members are on multiple campuses each day educating students about the truth of abortion and creating tangible support services. On most days, we never know just how many pregnant women in crisis we’ve reached as only a few come back years later to tell us their stories. Click here to watch how one Students for Life leader saved a mother and her son from abortion.
Absolutely! Students for Life strives to partner with numerous organizations each year. At our National Pro-Life Summit, students meet representatives from more than 30 organizations, and we frequently spotlight other pro-life organizations in our digital media outreach. Students for Life has been honored to help lead several national coalitions such as WomenBetrayed, Stop the Abortion Mandate, and the first-ever Defund Planned Parenthood Coalition all the way back in 2008. We frequently partner with organizations like F.O.C.U.S., Susan B. Anthony List, Live Action, Alliance Defending Freedom, 40 Days for Life, Equal Rights Institute, Sisters of Life, Thomas More Legal Society, Sidewalk Advocates for Life, Americans United for Life, and the Family Research Council.
Yes! Students for Life of America is a registered 501(c)3 organization, and all donations are tax-deductible. If you need SFLA’s Tax ID number, call our office at (540) 834-4600.
Yes. If you donate online, you will be notified by email immediately. If you donate online, via mail, or over the phone, you will receive a receipt in the mail within a few weeks of your donation.
Donors who contribute $250 or more in the calendar year will receive an annual giving statement in the mail. If you would like to request an annual giving statement for cumulative donations of $249 or less, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributions made to Students for Life of America by credit card are deductible as a charitable contribution in the year that the charge is made. Donations made by credit card must be processed by midnight on December 31st to be deductible for the tax year. Charges processed any time after that will be deductible for the new tax year.
If you plan to send your donation via check in the mail, we recommend that you send it early enough so that it is postmarked before December 31st. Donations made by check must be postmarked by December 31st, and received and deposited by Students for Life by January 7th, in order for the contribution to be deductible for the tax year.
Please mail to SFLA HQ: 4755 Jefferson Davis Highway, Fredericksburg, VA 22408
The transaction on your credit card statement will reflect a payment through “Webconnex.”
For 14 years, Students for Life of America has relied on direct mail to recruit and maintain the support that we have to accomplish our mission to abolish abortion and build up the Pro-Life Generation. We communicate by postal mail — and other channels — not only to generate income and maintain our supporter base but also to educate the public thereby advancing our mission. As a result, in accordance with the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) guidelines, we allocate a portion of our direct mail costs to program services and to fundraising.
Our program, administrative, and fundraising expenses are determined by an independent auditor and reported to the IRS. Because much of our communications to Americans educate about the violence of abortion and the abortion industry, a percentage of our direct mail and telecommunications outreach advances our mission. However, Charity Navigator uses a different calculation. We have pasted both calculations below for your review.
- Program Expenses
- IRS: 81%
- Charity Navigator: 59.4%
- Administrative Expenses
- IRS: 7%
- Charity Navigator: 5.7%
- Fundraising Expenses
- IRS: 12%
- Charity Navigator: 34.7%
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- Visit our Other Ways to Give page to request information about how to name Students for Life in your insurance policies or retirement accounts; establishing a charitable bequest, annuity, or trust; donating real estate and other property; or giving to SFLA by shopping on Amazon Smile or hiring a Real Estate 4 Life realtor.
- Visit our Planned Giving page to learn how you can set up an annuity or leave a bequest for Students for Life.
- Or call our office at (540) 834-4600 or email email@example.com for more information about stock, in-kind donations, or planned giving.
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