National Prayer Luncheon for Life 2021
Pro-Life Impact Award Nominees
National Prayer Luncheon for Life (NPLL) has nominated 5 outstanding pro-life organizations that prove, backed by measurable results, that they are successfully winning battles against the abortion industry.
At the end of the National Prayer Luncheon for Life live program on April 30th, we will announce the three 2021 Pro-Life Impact Award and Grant recipients based on total votes cast by pro-lifers across the country.
Awards to be presented:
1st Place: NPLL 2021 Pro-Life Impact Award + $50,000 NPLL 2021 Pro-Life Impact Grant
2nd Place: $20,000 NPLL 2021 Pro-Life Impact Grant
3rd Place: $15,000 NPLL 2021 Pro-Life Impact Grant
Learn about the nominees below (listed alphabetically) and then cast your ballot:
2021 Pro-Life Impact Award Nominee: And Then There Were None
And Then There Were None has helped 574 workers and 7 full-time abortion providers in 43 states escape from their jobs in the abortion industry and experience the peace and joy they were missing. These clients’ work with state and federal agencies has helped close 26 abortion facilities.
2021 Pro-Life Impact Award Nominee: Focus on the Family
Focus on the Family’s Option Ultrasound program has resulted in almost 1 million ultrasounds, leading to 465,000 women choosing life for their preborn babies.
2021 Pro-Life Impact Award Nominee: Sidewalk Advocates for Life
The compassionate outreach of Sidewalk Advocates for Life at 202 abortion facilities nationwide has helped save 12,709 babies, assisted 72 abortion workers to leave the industry, and witnessed the closing of 25 abortion facilities.
2021 Pro-Life Impact Award Nominee: Students for Life of America
Students for Life of America has grown from 50 to 1,240 active chapters and has the most conversations, online and in person, with those most targeted by the abortion industry, with as high as a 31% minds-changed rate.
2021 Pro-Life Impact Award Nominee: Susan B. Anthony List
Susan B. Anthony List works steadfastly to help elect pro-life officials, currently celebrating 19 newly-elected pro-life women in a historic, record 31-member class in the U.S. House.