Give the gift of community

Together, we have faced unprecedented challenges this year. And we, at the Society of Family Planning, have never been more grateful to each of you--you who make up our community of over 1,200 members and who stand united in a shared commitment to advancing just and equitable abortion and contraception that is informed by science. 

We have watched in awe this year as you have come together to: co-create joyful and productive communities of practicehonor emerging and established leadersadvance scientific knowledge in our fieldensure people receive evidence-informed abortion and contraception caretrain the next generation of subspecialists in complex family planning, and so much more. We invite you now to share that experience with another and to help us expand the reach and impact of this important work by giving the gift of community. With a donation of $500 or more, you will receive a gift card for one year of membership to the Society of Family Planning, delivered to you electronically so you can forward it on to a mentee, colleague, or friend who is interested in joining this vibrant community of change agents.


Notes from members, like this one by Klaira Lerma, MPH, "Abortion and contraception research requires resilience. It is so important to have a community of colleagues who support each other through challenges that are unique to the work we do and recognize and celebrate each other's success" make evident the importance of the Society as a home welcoming of all clinicians, scholars, and partners. Our shared ambitious vision requires the contributions and voices of many, and with your gift, you will have a direct impact on the continued growth and sustainability of our community.

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