KBFPC needs your help!
March 29, 2022
FROM MARCH CEO NEWSLETTER
What would happen if the Clinic and REC Room closed our doors?
Around the country, repressive laws that seek to limit or eliminate access to fundamental reproductive and sexual health care and education are multiplying. Not only are they targeting abortion services and attacking LGBTQIA+ youth, these laws may have much broader implications for access to contraception, in vitro fertilization, and personal privacy.
KBFPC is a stand alone, community organization that is part of a nationwide commitment to the fundamental reproductive rights which help each of us make important decisions about our bodies, including family planning.
KBFPC has provided reproductive health care and education for almost 40 years. You are an essential part of our success. Without community support, right now, our future is uncertain.
Help us raise $60,000 in April to keep the doors open.
Since 2020, KBFPC has navigated the COVID-19 pandemic, a temporary closure, an essential organizational transition, and depleted rainy day funds. Meanwhile, we have maintained critical access to reproductive health and education – contraception, sexually transmitted infection testing and treatment, breast and cervical cancer screening, afterschool programming and sexual health classes – whether our clients have insurance or not and regardless of their ability to pay.
Can you commit to $50, $100 or $500 today?
We know the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been significant for you. Adults and teens alike tell us about the reproductive healthcare they have postponed and the impact the global pandemic has had on their mental health. As an organization, the pandemic was the long rainy day we hoped would never come. Our local, state, and national grant funding will not alone keep the lights on.
Protect access to essential reproductive health care and education.
We paused community fundraising campaigns during the pandemic, but now we absolutely need your financial support for Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic, including the Peer Educator program and the REC Room afterschool space, to thrive after a challenging few years.
-Claudia Haines, CEO
Kachemak Bay Family Planning Clinic
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
- Make a one-time donation or set up a recurring monthly contribution online.
- Donate stocks directly to KBFPC by contacting Claudia.
- Schedule your annual wellness visit! Using your insurance coverage at KBFPC contributes to the revenue that supports low and no-cost services for others.
- Include KBFPC in your will and make a legacy gift. Contact KBFPC to learn more.
- Let our volunteer KBFPC board members know you want to donate and help recruit other donors.
The future of reproductive health care and education on the Southern Kenai Peninsula depends on your support today.