Affinity4 Pays Tribute to Pro-Life Partners

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Affinity4 acknowledges their partner charities and ministries who stand up for the lives of the unborn.

Each year on January 22nd this nation acknowledges not just the anniversary of the Roe V Wade decision legalizing abortion; but also pays tribute to the memory of more than 51 million babies whose lives were ended as a result of this decision. This January as individuals, churches and organizations across this country celebrate Sanctity of Human Life week, the Board and staff of Affinity4 would like to acknowledge our partnering organizations that labor daily to reaffirm the value of human life in this country.

The Affinity4 partner organizations that we honor this month have championed compassionate alternatives to abortion, from providing housing to women in crisis through maternity group homes, to encouraging adoption, from promoting abstinence education to fighting to get parental notification and waiting period for minors laws passed. These groups fight a courageous battle on behalf of our unborn in this country.

Affinity4 helps their customers support more than 500 partnering organizations in this country that are involved in the pro life movement. We pay tribute this month to all that they do to protect the Sanctity of Human Life.

Affinity4 specializes in providing fundraising support to charitable organizations across this country and worldwide. As one of the largest affinity based marketing companies in the nation, Affinity4 has contributed over 75 million dollars to charities and ministries worldwide.

Affinity4 provides quality products and services to the constituents of charities and ministries and in turn donates up to 10% of its proceeds from the purchases of those products and services back to the organization through the Affinity4 10% GiveBack Program.

For more information on how you can assist the causes that are important to you visit the Affinity4 website at http://www.affinity4.com today.

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