Over 10,000 lives saved, and we’re just getting started.
Turning Illinois pro-life, one heart at time.
What We DoWe take a 4 step approach to turning Illinois pro-life.
Of students said they felt more pro-life after watching our Heart2Heart Educational Program speakers – and that includes pro-choice students.
Young adults we’ve spoken to in live presentations and discussions about abortion and other life issues impacting their generation – over the past two years alone.
People have been reached by Illinois Right to Life through our online outreach and media appearances including Television interviews and publications in the Chicago Sun-Times, Chicago Tribune, the Washington Times, and more.
In financial assistance was given to help mothers in crisis situations through Project Love, our grant program that has been around for 21 years.
Requests for information are made to our office from pregnancy help centers, students, legislators, other political leaders, national pro-life organizations, and more – every year.
We are a 1 stop shop for everything you need. We provide fact-based education and credible pro-life information for our legislators, teachers, pastors, and community leaders.
Illinois Right to Life is a non-profit organization that educates on the beauty and value of all human life regardless of a person’s size, gender, race, age, or disability. We use a grassroots approach to build a culture of life in Illinois that welcomes and loves all human life from conception through natural death.
“Participating in the 2015 March for Life Chicago was the first time in my life that I ever publicly protested the legalization of abortion. Thanks to Illinois Right to Life, I got to stand up for what I believe in with other people that hold my same values. It was an incredibly inspiring experience, and today I am more pro-life than ever before because of the March for Life Chicago.”Steven T.
In the Spotlight
June 15, 2018
“My girlfriend is pregnant, and she wants to have an abortion.” Jason called us early one Friday morning. He was 19 years old. The tone in his voice told us he was upset, distressed, and confused. “I tried to talk … Continue reading
June 12, 2018
Last Sunday, the American Medical Association (AMA) met in Chicago to discuss, among other topics, physician assisted suicide. The AMA’s House of Delegates debated over whether or not they should keep their longstanding policy of opposing physician assisted suicide. The … Continue reading
June 8, 2018
Written by Illinois Right to Life Executive Director Mary Kate Knorr Early this week, I sat down to watch a handful of documentaries that I’ve meant to see for a while. Among them were two of particular importance: “How To … Continue reading
June 7, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Mary Kate Knorr email@example.com 312-422-9300 ILLINOIS RIGHT TO LIFE ACTION RELEASES LOWERED RATINGS FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVES WHO VOTED FOR THE ERA June 7, 2018 – (CHICAGO) Illinois Right to Life Action (IRLA) – the C4 affiliate … Continue reading