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Thank you for Honoring Stephanie Poggi

Thank you for joining us to honor Stephanie Poggi's 12 years of leadership and vision.  Learn More

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Meet Our New Executive Director, Yamani Hernandez!

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

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Going balls out for abortion funding!

Welcome to the 6th Annual National Abortion Access Bowl-a-Thon! Now through April 2015! 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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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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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

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

April 21st, 2015

Bowl-a-Thon page of the week: Rachel for the Lilith Fund!

Our page of the Week is ANOTHER TEXAN, this one nominated by multiple people. Rachel is bowling for Bidi Bidi Bowlathon in Houston. She was nominated for her enthusiasm online, and for bringing dozens of new supporters to abortion funds. People are noticing your great work, Rachel! And the gif game is great, too. Send Rachel some love, and some money, and help her finish her Bowlathon strong! 

To check out past winners and nominate a page of the week, click here. Every week we will showcase a new winner!

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Categories: Bowl-a-Thon , Bowl-a-Thon Page of the Week, Lilith Fund

April 17th, 2015

NNAF Participates in Fight for 15 Rallies

NNAF Stands with Fight for 15On April 14th and April 15th, NNAF staff members participated in what is being hailed as one of the largest-ever mobilizations of U.S. workers seeking higher pay and fair treatment.

In Boston, MA and Madison, WI, NNAF national office staff members marched in solidarity with low-wage workers, demanding that those who work in sectors such as fast food, retail, child care, homecare, transportation, and higher education be afforded a $15 minimum wage and the right to unionize.

NNAF stands by low-wage workers in this fight because we know that union support and fair living wages will bring individuals and families one step closer to creating the life they envision for themselves.

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