Pro-life organizations awarded $85,000 in grants at National Prayer Luncheon for Life

By The Christian Post

Representatives of the pro-life group Students for Life accept the Pro-Life Impact Award from Heroic Media President Brett Atteberry and National Prayer Luncheon for Life Executive Director and spokesperson Karen Garnett at the 2021 National Prayer Luncheon for Life in Grapevine, Texas, April 30, 2021. From left to right: Atteberry, Lauren Castillo, SFLA's Director of Mission Advancement, Jordan Horner, SFLA's Philanthropy Officer, and Garnett. | YouTube/Heroic Media

Three pro-life organizations, including Students for Life of America, were awarded $85,000 in grants at the sixth annual National Prayer Luncheon for Life on Friday, where several prominent pro-life activists gathered to recognize the efforts of those working to end abortion.

Attendees gathered online and in person at the Gaylord Texan National Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas, to “pray, unite, save lives” and honor pro-life organizations for their impact on the movement. 

“This event is designed to bring pro-lifers across America together to pray and to honor high-impact pro-life groups,” said Karen Garnett, vice president of culture for Heroic Media who's also the executive director of National Prayer Luncheon for Life, in a statement ahead of the event.

She added, “The five nominees for the 2021 National Prayer Luncheon for Life Pro-Life Impact Award have been selected for their demonstrated significant, quantifiable impact and measurable successes in saving lives and winning battles against the abortion industry.”

Source:The Christian Post