Understanding the issues may have prompted you to want to do something but you may not know where to begin. There are a number of ways in which you can act, especially using the internet. If you are reading this there is nothing to stop you from doing a Google or other web search and emailing the relevant people with your concerns.

  1. Pray – Please use the daily prayer pages on May Blossom Ministries to give you a greater understanding of the areas that need prayer.
  2. Write to your local Councillor, MP and/or MEP.  Details of names and addresses for your area can be obtained via websites. The postal address for MPs is: House of Commons, Westminster, London, SW1A 0AA.
  3. Write to your local Area Health Authority to find out information on local abortions, and then write to those agencies that perform abortions in your area.
  4. Contact GPs, Health Centres, chemists etc in your area and find out their policies.
    Write to local, national and periodical newspapers and magazines, in response to articles or letters.
  5. Write to local schools, colleges, youth clubs etc and find out what their policies are.
    Consider becoming a School Governor so that you can have a say in what is taught under the PSHE or similar programmes.
  6. Consider becoming a local Councillor to enable you to be in a position to promote pro-life pro-family policies.
  7. Write to the Department of Health to find out how much these policies cost the taxpayer.
  8. Write to the Department for International Development to find out what the UK’s policies abroad are and how much they cost.
  9. Check out other web sites, both pro-life and anti-life to gain more information and understanding of the issues involved.
  10. Join with others in your locality to support each other and help educate more people about the issues.
  11. Consider saving in an ethical way instead of letting your savings go to promote abortion/cancer causing drugs etc.
  12. Consider training to be a Schools or Youth Group Speaker.