Join our movement and help us spread the message that #AccessIsFreedom
Access to essential and comprehensive healthcare shouldn’t be up for debate — everyone deserves the right to care for and govern their own bodies. The denial of this critical care violates basic human rights, and we won't stand for it.
Access to reproductive care empowers individuals to lift up entire communities.
Access means better health outcomes, fewer economic hardships, and greater equity for marginalized populations.
Texas Senate Bill 8 — along with an alarming number of other abortion restrictions being introduced nationwide — denies us that access and that right.
We stand with you and will continue fighting.
Businesses shouldn’t be scared of “the a-word” anymore – access to abortion and reproductive care is vital to the health and wellbeing of our communities. Abortion is healthcare, and we urge other companies to stand up with us.
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Though there’s so much work still to be done to improve abortion access, many organizations are on the ground making meaningful changes — in Texas and nationwide.
We admire and stand in solidarity with those who have helped pave the road to a more accessible future.
Texas Equal Access Fund (TEA)
The TEA Fund provides funding to low-income people seeking an abortion in the North, East and West regions of Texas.
The Lilith Fund
The Lilith Fund is the oldest abortion fund in Texas, serving the central and southern regions with direct financial assistance for abortions.
Jane’s Due Process
Jane’s Due Process provides legal and financial support with judicial bypass for Texas minors seeking an abortion.
Stigma Relief Fund
The Stigma Relief Fund serves patients in each of the eight Whole Women’s Health clinics. The fund provides financial support for those who cannot afford to pay the entire cost of an abortion.
The Afiya Center: S.M.A.R.T.
S.M.A.R.T. is comprised of community leaders, supporters and advocates working to combat stigmatization and fear tactics targeting Black women seeking abortion care.
The Repro Legal Defense Fund (RLDF)
RLDF is a fund providing financial and legal support for people who are investigated, arrested or prosecuted for self-managed abortion, or for helping someone else end thier own pregnancy.
The Bridgid Alliance arranges and funds confidential, personalized travel support along with related needs to those seeking later abortion care in increasingly hostile environments.
Indigenous Women Rising
The IWR Abortion Fund provides financial support for Indigenous/Native American persons seeking financial assistance for their abortion and related gas, food and childcare costs.
NAF: The Rachel Falls Patient Assistance Fund
The Rachel Falls Patient Assistance Fund provides financial support for people to obtain the abortion care they need. 100% of donations go to helping people obtain abortion care.
NAF: The Dr. Tiller Patient Assistance Fund
The Dr. Tiller Patient Assistance Fund helps cover travel-related expenses for people who need to travel to obtain their abortion care.
NNAF Collective Power Fund
The Collective Power Fund distributes abortion funding to 28 organization across more than 20 states. Funding is currently concentrated in the South and Midwest where it is hardest to get an abortion.
In partnership with Reprocare, an online abortion fund, Hey Jane offers financial assistance to its patients. You can directly fund care for any one of their patients in need.
Though Hey Jane is currently operating in New York, Washington, and California, they're racing to launch in New Mexico and Colorado — Texas neighboring states.
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