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Now hiring! New opportunity to work with the Network!

Are you passionate about social justice? We want you to join us! Click here to view our open positions. Learn More

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Honoring the memory of Dr. George Tiller

Honor Dr. Tiller's memory by contributing to the George Tiller Memorial Fund, helping those who face the most obstacles to care. Learn More

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Monica has three children and she's pregnant

but she lost her health insurance and she's unemployed.  Who can help? Learn More

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In their own words

Why do we fund abortions? Listen to members of the National Network of Abortion Funds tell you why abortion access matters. Learn More

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Meet Our New Executive Director, Yamani Hernandez!

On May 1, Yamani joined NNAF as our new Executive Director. Learn More

Who Are We

The National Network of Abortion Funds
fights against unfair laws while helping those who need abortions today.

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Get Help

Why Fund Abortion Now? Because the right to abortion is meaningless if you don't have the resources to pay. Learn more

Latest News from the National Network of Abortion Funds: Feed

June 16th, 2015

Now Hiring: Movement Building Coordinator

The Movement Building Coordinator is a core member of NNAF’s Movement Building Team, which supports abortion funds – through training, coaching, organizing, and policy research – in building their capacity, strategies, and collaborative work in movement-building and advocacy, as well as to bring their front-line experience to these efforts.

Read more, and apply, here [pdf].

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April 28th, 2015

Our Statement of Solidarity with Baltimore Protestors

The National Network of Abortions Funds stands in solidarity with Baltimore, and communities across the country who seek safe and equitable neighborhoods for their families. We know reproductive justice is predicated on the ability to have children if, when, and how you choose, and critically, to be able to raise those children in an environment where they are safe from violence at the hands of the state. When families of color forgo having children because they aren’t sure they will come home safely at night, when children are made parent-less because of police brutality, and when financial means and opportunities are withheld from communities of color, it’s a reproductive justice issue. The very real threat of police and state violence has an impact on communities of color, and how they have, or don’t have, children, and the chances in life those children get.

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Categories: Baltimore Abortion Fund, economic justice

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