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Did you know that you can help support American Life League when shopping while using i-Give?
Just set up an iGive account and select American Life League as your charity of choice. When you shop online through iGive, a portion of your purchase is donated to American Life League at no additional cost to you!
There are over 2,400 online stores participating in iGive. The list includes Walmart, Walgreens, Staples, PetCo, Best Buy, and so many more! For a complete list, visit igive.com/html/merchantlist2.cfm.
You can easily set up your account in the following four steps that will take less than a minute:
Go to i-Give and register for an account. You can either use an e-mail address, or you can link your Facebook account to it if you have one.
Once you are logged in, choose “Settings” from the main navigation at the top of the page.
Find the “My Cause” section and press the “Change Which Cause I Support” button. In this image below, we have already selected American Life League.
On the next screen, enter “American Life League” in the “All or Part of the Cause Name” search field and press “Click to Search.”
After a few seconds, you will see our record appear at the bottom of the screen. Click the “Select” button, and you are done!
Now all you have to do is click on “Shop/Search” in the main navigation and start looking for the online stores where you normally shop.
Enjoy shopping, and thank you for joining American Life League in building a culture of life.
Please make a lifesaving donation, and may God bless you for that!
– The Gospel of Life
St. John Paul II
“Even in the midst of difficulties and uncertainties, every person sincerely open to truth and goodness can, by the light of reason and the hidden action of grace, come to recognize in the natural law written in the heart (cf. Romans 2:14-15) the sacred value of human life from its very beginning until its end, and can affirm the right of every human being to have this primary good respected to the highest degree.”