It’s been almost two weeks since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and took away the right of millions of people to control our bodies and futures.
A lot has happened since the decision:
In many states where “trigger” laws were already on the books, like Arkansas and Missouri, abortion bans have already gone into effect. In others, like Kentucky and Utah, Planned Parenthood and other organizations have filed lawsuits to block bans. And in still other states, like Nevada, New York, and California, lawmakers are moving swiftly to protect access to abortion in a post-Roe world.
As the care gap for people seeking abortion widens even more, the fallout has been swift and devastating.
You can help patients currently seeking abortion, those who are navigating this new landscape where getting an abortion means facing more barriers than ever before.
Make an emergency gift right now. Your donation will support patients seeking abortion access at Planned Parenthood health centers and will help provide other critical resources.(1)
Make an impact in your community today, David. Your gift will be shared between your local Planned Parenthood affiliate and direct patient access initiatives such as the PPFA Emergency Access Fund, a fund that helps support patients traveling to obtain an abortion.
Now more than ever, people are counting on Planne Parenthood — and we’re counting on you. Give now and help us reach our goal of 1,000 donors in just 72 hours.
Grateful to work alongside you in this essential fight.
— Planned Parenthood
P.S. We asked Planned Parenthood’s legal experts some of the most urgent questions we’re hearing from supporters about the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. Here’s what you need to know.