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You value reproductive freedom every day... why not support it all year long? Become one of our GEMs for Choice!
NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia's GEM for Choice sustaining members are crucial to our work supporting reproductive freedom in our state. By giving every month (or quarterly), our GEMs provide a reliable and cost-effective stream of funding for our day-to-day efforts throughout the year.
With monthly contributions of as little as $10 automatically charged to your credit or debit card, you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that you're protecting choice in Virginia year-round. Just $10, $15, $25 or $50 a month goes a long way. It's an easy and affordable way to make a big impact and be an important part of the movement to protect choice in the Commonwealth!
Become a GEM for Choice member today! To recognize your important role in our work and your dedication to pro-choice activism, you'll receive:
- Exclusive insider updates directly from executive director Tarina Keene on our work during the General Assembly session and election season.
- Invitations to private briefings and conference calls with our most loyal supporters.
- Discounts to NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia events, such as our annual "Power of Choice" gala.
- Personal copies of our legislative scorecard and annual report... and more!
Use the following links to sign up as a "GEM for Choice" monthly or quarterly donor to:
NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia, our main political arm, to support our electoral organizing and issue advocacy work to protect and expand reproductive choice in the Commonwealth.
NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia Foundation, to support our research, public education and outreach work to engage Virginians on critical reproductive rights issues. (Contributions to the Foundation arm, a 501(c)(3) organization, are tax-deductible.)
NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia Political Action Committee (PAC), to support our direct efforts to elect pro-choice candidates for state office in Virginia through endorsements, campaign contributions, and independent voter contact.