Ads about life and help...
'Emily's Voice' and 'Hope for Women'
Two new groups in Australia are offering assistance to women on pregnancy and abortion issues - both groups are running TV ads to highlight the issue.
Emily's Voice is running ads that highlight the unborn child and 'Hope for Women' is running ads that offer help to women experiencing suffering and grief following abortion or miscarriage.
Emily represents the 80,000 children a year in Australia who never get to live. The 80,000 who are aborted each year.
Emily's Voice is an inspiring new media campaign to encourage women to give life to their babies. Madeleine's story is of a young woman, now married, who had an abortion at age 18.
A promotional video explains the campaign and includes Madeleine's story.
The website includes information on how you can 'sponsor an unborn child' - and help get the message out in Australia on television.
Hope for Women
Hope for Women is based in Tasmania. They provide 'Hope Packs' for women who are affected by grief following the loss of a child - from miscarriage or abortion. . .
Hope for Women has been started by Pastor Maitu and Lis Chamberlin.
They also help women who are pregnant - encouraging them to have their child.
The group also runs TV ads (30 seconds and 15 seconds) in Tasmania highlighting these issues and offering help. The ads are online - view them by clicking here.