Week of July 30, 2007
Let me sincerely thank all of our supporters for joining us in our fight against the "death movement" working to devalue the sanctity of life in our nation, personified by Jack Kevorkian.
We now have thousands of Say No to Dr. Death petitions to deliver to the office of the President of the demanding the University rescind its offer to pay $50,000 for Kevorkian to address the students.
Because of our friends like you, we are making progress against those seeking to advance a culture of death in our nation.
As evidence of the progress, on May 27, USA TODAY released a list titled, "Lives of Indelible Impact." This list reflected the top 25 people who have most impacted our nation over the past 25 years, including people like , , and the heroes of 9/11.
No. 12 on the list was my sister, Terri.
It seems that as time goes on more and more people are coming to terms with the fact that Terri's terrible and senseless death was not only one of the saddest events for our nation, but an act absent of any kind of humanity.
Despite the ongoing message of death spreading through our society and those, like Jack Kevorkian, who attempt to justify killing the most vulnerable among us, we are committed to fight against this death-obsessed culture and spread Terri's legacy of life, hope and love.
But we need your support to accomplish this worthy goal.
That's why we are asking you to send a generous gift of $35, $50 or even $100 to help the Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation continue the fight to stop euthanasia in America.
Many of you simply cannot afford to give such a large amount. If not, would you please consider a gift of $25? Whatever you contribute is sincerely appreciated and will greatly assist us in advancing a culture of life in our nation.
Terri's Foundation wants to educate our culture about the moral equality of each human life. Your gift will help us do that and so much more of the work that needs to be done.
We are leading the fight to save the lives of medically dependent persons and help the families who suffer when their family members are targeted for death - just as we suffered in our struggle to save Terri's life. These are everyday families whose loved ones face possible state-sanctioned execution simply because they need our committed care or have potentially life threatening disabilities.
We want to ensure they have a fighting chance at life!
Our cost to provide services to those in crisis, facing life and death situations, is typically over $200 per day.
In fact, to produce, collect, and deliver our Say No to Dr. Death petitions alone will cost over $5,000. But if we can be your voice to the and prevent Jack Kevorkian from delivering his message of death to our students, it is worth every dime.
Terri's Foundation depends 100% on the generosity of friends like you who share our belief in the value and dignity of human life and if everyone who receives this email will send us a gift of $25.00 we will have sufficient funds to pay for our petition effort and continue our fight for the value and dignity of every life.
Friends, we believe no one is unworthy of life, and the most vulnerable among us deserve nothing less than our unconditional love, compassion and care.
Please continue to help us stop the evil of euthanasia. Help us reach out to vulnerable patients and their families. And please, help carry on Terri's legacy of life, hope and love.
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Thank you for your continued prayers and financial support.
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A financial gift to the Terri Schindler Schiavo Foundation would be greatly appreciated. Your financial support, your prayers and sacrifices will make the Foundation's goals achievable, and may someday save the life of someone you love.
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In this emotional, power-packed video interview, Attorney David Gibbs III, lead attorney in the fight to save the life of , explains what really happened behind the scenes in the case and why it matters to all of us. An excellent resource for use in public showings in churches, schools, or other outreach opportunities, the full-length, high-resolution DVD is available upon request from the Christian Law Association.