On another note, I want to say “thank you” to you and to Abby. I received the check you sent. Everything is a gift from God and I am beyond grateful. The generosity of your organization takes my breath away. To even say thank you doesn’t adequately express my gratitude. I don’t know what I would have done. To be such a small speck and yet feel like you really matter…well, I have garnered strength to move forward that I didn’t even know I had. I am determined to move on, to make a difference, to make everything matter. – J

I didn’t ask for or expect more than what’s been done for me. I heard people thanking me today Kris, thanking me! Even as I write this email it brings tears to my eyes. Your organization has done so much to help me already.

Meagan’s first phone call to me came 20 minutes after I asked the Lord to please send me a way, to just provide a door and I would have faith enough to walk through, and she called me. Meagan, you, Abby and your organization was my door! -J in Missouri

I am in tears by the grace of God and there is not a word that will ever match the good work you and your organization has done. Thank You!!!! Thank You!!! Thank You!!! Amen. -I in D.C.

Your organization is truly a blessing to those of us battle weary former Planned Parenthood employees.

I don’t regret my decision to leave though…not for one second. I will live on the sofas of friends if I have to, but could not bear that place or the lies and manipulation for one more day. You know it’s an amazing thing, when you hit that wall and you know there is no turning back. Even with the dark days that rear their ugly heads from time to time, I am still smiling to know I play no part in that organization [Planned Parenthood] anymore. -J

“As a single parent, I thought I would be stuck inside of the abortion clinic. I didn’t think I would ever have the money to leave. Abby helped me so much, in so many ways. I knew that I couldn’t leave unless I had another job. But Abby made that possible. I was able to leave my job and not worry about finances while I was job hunting. I owe this group so much.”

“Thank you” just doesn’t seem like enough. The last 5 years of my life have been quite eventful. If it wasn’t for my “special” group of friends I have no idea where I would be. M in Indiana

“I am not sure if there is a lonelier group of people than former abortion clinic nurses and doctors. Our hands have helped do things no one should ever think of, let alone do. ATTWN gave me my first opportunity to be open with others who knew the regret, knew the pain, and helped me start forgiving myself.” J in Oklahoma