We’ve Received $10,000 in Matching Funds!
We need $75,000 to continue our work!
In this season of giving, please remember the mothers, babies and widows of China, who are still enduring conditions beyond our imagination. In the United States, we have 1 million abortions a year. In China, they have 23 million abortions a year, and many of them are forced. For every abortion in the U.S., there are 23 in China. More human blood flows out of China today than any other country.
Baby girls in China are still in danger of sex-selective abortion and abandonment, especially second daughters. In one horrific incident, after the Two-Child Policy was implemented, a woman was forced by her husband to abort four baby girls in one year, and she died. In another incident, a newborn baby girl was thrown over a wall. These are just two of countless heartbreaking examples of the brutality of son preference in China.
Also, abandoned widows are the “invisible victims” of decades of the One Child Policy. They have no one to care for them and many are deeply in medical debt because of money they borrowed to try to save their husbands. Senior suicide among the rural elderly has increased 500% in the past 20 years.
Women’s Rights Without Frontiers is shining a bright light of hope to the women and babies of China. China has announced that it is considering ending the Two-Child Policy, due in large part to international pressure! We have been called “the leading voice” in the international movement to expose and oppose forced abortion in China, and we feel that our voices have been heard!
Our “Save a Girl” Campaign has saved the lives of hundreds of baby girls from sex-selective abortion and abandonment. And our “Save a Widow” Campaign is giving a multitude of widows dignity, hope, and the ability to buy nutritious food. Many women have said they feel that we have been sent by God to help them, and they have begun to attend church!
We are saving a girl right at our kitchen table! We rescued Anni Zhang, daughter of persecuted dissident Zhang Lin. Anni became known as “China’s youngest prisoner of conscience,” after she had been kidnapped out of her 4th grade classroom at age ten. We were able to help get her out of China and have been raising her as our own daughter ever since. Now, at age 15, she is a lovely young lady. We are proud that she performed piano in Carnegie Hall – a reminder of the beauty and brilliance lost every day through brutal son preference in China.
We need to raise $75,000 to continue and expand our work. Every baby girl in China at risk of sex- selective abortion deserves our help. Every widow who has been abandoned by her family and doesn’t have enough to eat deserves our help. Will you help us help them?
Please partner with us by writing a tax-deductible check to:
Women’s Rights Without Frontiers 722 Dulaney Valley Road, Suite 325 Towson, MD 21204