Starting a Pro-Life Group?
We Can Help.
Congratulations on starting a new pro-life group! We couldn't be more excited to have you join thousands of other Michigan students in the cause to defend life.
WE WANT TO CONNECT WITH YOU!
We are so excited to have you join our team of pro-life groups! Because we want you to succeed, we'd love to connect with you. If you are starting a new pro-life group, contact us at this link so that we can better serve you!
HOW TO START A NEW GROUP
Starting a new student organization can seem like a massive undertaking. Don't worry!
We have all the resources you need to get your group going and we'll be with you every step of the way. First, check out our step-by-step guide:
FREE DOWNLOAD: Categories of Events
You might be looking for some ideas on what kind of events a pro-life group hosts. There are so many options! Our friends at Students for Life of Illinois have come up with a way to divide activities into four categories: social, educational, activism, and service.
Click here to download our Categories of Events document. This PDF will give you some ideas for what your group can do to build community, educate your campus, serve those in need, and share the pro-life message.
FREE DOWNLOAD: Fall Game Plan
August and September are the most crucial months for your group! Why is that? Because you have such a great opportunity to hit the ground running at the beginning of the school year when students are looking for ways to get involved on campus. Our team has decades of experience in effective campus activism. We have condensed all of this knowledge into one place: PLMI's Fall Game Plan.
Click here to download your own copy of the PLMI Fall Game Plan. This downloadable PDF is a step-by-step guide on how to start your pro-life group out strong.
SCHEDULE A CAMPUS VISIT
If you are starting a new group, you'll want to invite one of our Campus Mentors to campus! We can coach you on how to get the group rolling, give you valuable community contacts, and even find students at your school to partner with you in this task. Inviting our team out to meet with you is a great first step towards establishing a thriving new group on campus.