Outreach:

Latinos4Life booths at various events.
"Every outreach is an opportunity to touch hearts,  
                  change minds and save lives".

Over the years, Mari (Latinos4Life Director), has been actively involved in various events throughout Tulare-Kings Counties. Whether it be at local resource/health fairs or conferences, information booths have been an effective way of reaching out to young people and families.

Depending on the event and age group of those attending, materials ranging from topics like pregnancy, fetal develpment and sexual exposure risks are provided in English and Spanish. Presentations are always offered free of charge to any group interested (also in English or Spanish).

THIS LITTLE GIRL WAS BORN premature at 7 months.

Her mother became emotional holding the life size model and was reminded of how tiny her daughter was. Reminder of how precious life is.

THESE TWIN BROTHERS GOT TO SEE A LIFE SIZE model of how they were in their mother's womb (model shown behind them.) They thought it was pretty cool. Their mom was amazed at the details and really enjoyed showing the models to her children.

THIS TEEN MOM CHOSE TO KEEP

her baby despite pressures to abort. She is continuing her education and plans on getting married. So proud of her. She is proof that an unplanned pregnancy does not end your life, it just alters it.

        

                                             IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GET INVOLVED OR VOLUNTEER SEE: CALENDAR OF EVENTS AND CONTACT MARI.

CONTACT Latinos4Life

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Office:  559.732.5000​​
Monday - Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. PST

mari@latinos4life.org

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These girls stayed at my booth for quite a while. They really liked learning about the "little babies." I'm pretty sure they will never forget what they learned. It really made an impact.