Right Will Win Out Over Wrong: A Note From Planned Parenthood Great Plains Votes President and CEO Laura McQuade
Sarah Felts, Statewide Communications Coordinator
For Immediate Release: Nov. 14, 2016
Last week, Planned Parenthood Great Plains Votes (PPGPV) was shocked, outraged, and saddened by the results of the presidential election. We know the outcome will greatly impact our health centers across Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma.
What PPGPV didn’t anticipate was the vast outpouring of support from our communities. Our offices have been inundated with calls, emails, and social media posts asking what people can do to help. This proves what we know to be true: light will outshine darkness and right will win out over wrong.
Light will outshine darkness and right will win out over wrong.Laura McQuade, Planned Parenthood Great Plains Votes President and CEO
Thank you to each and every one of you who stand behind our team. Together, we can protect the precious right our patients have to access Planned Parenthood services.
We’re encouraged to see our communities transforming their shock and outrage into action. If you’re wondering what you can do to support access to reproductive and sexual health care, consider making a generous donation today. There is too much riding on our continued passion and commitment for meaningful change in our communities. Tens of thousands of patients will lose their trusted health care provider if we give up. We won't let that happen. And, with your help, we'll continue to fit for what is right and true.
It is my great honor and privilege to lead Planned Parenthood in Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma and we need your support in the coming weeks and months to stand strong for our 150 staff members and the 100,000 patients who rely on our care.
Please consider a donation today. Thank you for all you do to support our mission and carry it to your communities. We need to stay strong together now more than ever.
Laura McQuade, PPGPV President and CEO