What is the March for Life?
We host a legislative rally in Olympia every January and we work 365 days a year with people of all ages and from a variety of backgrounds and beliefs to end abortion on-demand, provide life-affirming choices for women experiencing unplanned pregnancies and stand up for the infinite value of All Human Life – from conception to natural death.
Applying the Life Principles
Our Founder, Kathy McEntee
1. What day is the Washington State March for Life?
The March for Life in Olympia is often on a different date from year to year, but is always within about the week of the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision, Roe vs. Wade, which decriminalized abortion. The Roe vs. Wade anniversary is January 22, 1973. The board of directors generally chooses a date that allows members of the Washington State delegation to attend the National March for Life in Washington, DC, which is always held on January 22, except when it falls on a weekend. The 2020 Washington State March for Life will be on Tuesday, January 21, at noon. Arrive early for parking and required walking.
2. Why do you hold the March for Life in Olympia? Wouldn't it be easier for people to make it on the weekend?
3. Where do people gather to start the March? What time?
4. What's on the March for Life program?
5. What do people bring to the March for Life?
We encourage people to wear warm clothing, scarves, hats, coats, etc. It can be exceedingly cold, rainy, windy, snowy, the day of the March and we want all participants to stay as warm and dry as possible.
6. Does the March for Life organization supply transportation to the annual event?
7. Who is in charge of the March for Life organization?
8. How can I find out who my legislators are?
9. How can I help?
P.O. Box 64275
University Place, WA 98464