The Pro Life Campaign is a
non-denominational human rights organisation, drawing its support from a large cross-section of Irish society
We promote pro-life education and defend human life at all stages, from conception to natural death. We also campaign for resources to support and assist pregnant women and those in need of healing after abortion
We continue to work towards the restoration of full legal protection for unborn babies in Ireland, increased supports for women and families facing unplanned pregnancies and education of the public on right to life issues.
An ethos of integrity, fairness and respect within an environment of accountability and efficiency. A culture of boldness, creativity and constructive challenge whilst engaging in the highest standard of professionalism and leadership. A broad reach in Irish society within a non- denominational framework.
The Pro Life Campaign was established in 1992 as a successor organisation to the Pro Life Amendment Campaign which organised and campaigned successfully for the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution (Article 40.3.3) in 1983
The Pro Life Campaign recognise the importance of the media as a means of communicating fair, scientifically accurate and compassionate responses to life issues that are of public interest.
We provide and help source speakers on all life issues for local pro-life groups, college societies, debating groups and public discussions.
If you would like a speaker on a pro-life topic or just want some suggestions, please contact us.
We are proud to have a team of professional and committed people working with us. Working alongside our Board of Directors, our local groups and our volunteers across Ireland, the Pro Life Campaign is going from strength to strength
The Pro Life Campaign is immensely grateful to all our supporters and volunteers who aid or directly participate in our work.
Guaranteeing good governance of the organisation and good stewardship of our donors’ contributions is something we take extremely seriously.
As a non-profit organisation operating in Ireland, we are committed to the highest standards of systems and processes. We are dedicated to working towards our mission and achieving our objectives with integrity while managing the organisation and its resources in an effective, efficient, accountable and transparent way.
We are committed to upholding the highest standards of transparency and accountability in governance and we aim to operate in line with the Charities Governance Code which sets the standards that should be met by non-profit entities.
1) Commitment to our Values
All work that we undertake is carried out in compliance with our stated Mission, Vision and Values.
2) Wise Stewardship of Finances
We do not receive government funding.
We take seriously the need to be wise stewards of all resources entrusted to us by our donors.
3) Honesty in Fundraising
We are committed to be accurate and ethical in all claims we make on our fundraising material.
4) Transparency in our Accounts
We produce an annual independently audited statement of accounts which are lodged with the CRO.
The latest accounts for 2019 will be available here after the Company Annual General Meeting.
5) Staff Accountability
Our staff team are accountable to our Board of Directors. Board members are all unpaid volunteers with relevant expertise.
6) Compliance with the Governance Code
As a non-profit organisation we seek to operate in line with the Charities Governance Code.