Pro-Life Club Achievements & Outstanding Pro-Lifer Awards
Deadline: Tuesday, Jan 23rd, 2018 - Tell us in detail how your Pro-Life club has furthered the Culture of Life on your campus, and win an award from Texas Right to Life! Your successes will be shared with other groups, so they can learn to implement successful Pro-Life events on their own campuses.
NEW THIS YEAR: Outstanding Pro-Lifer Awards! Nominate members of your Pro-Life group whom you believe are worthy of the following awards. Please be detailed. Nominations with no explanation will not be considered.
Outstanding Pro-Lifer Awards
Outstanding Freshman award
For a freshman member of your group who has exceeded expectations as a brand new (freshman) member of your club.
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Unsung Hero award
For a member of your group who goes above and beyond behind the scenes and keeps the group running smoothly. Can be an offer or regular member (please specify which in your nomination).
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Most Likely to Succeed award
For a non-officer of your group who is most likely to be an officer/lead the group in the future. For someone who shows initiative and has a heart for the group's success.
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Pro-Life Professional award
For a senior who has given significant time and service to your Pro-Life club during their time at the university.
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Basic Information
School Name: *
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Pro-Life Club Name: *
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When was your group established? *
Is your group official on campus yet?
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Main Contact Person's Name: *
This should be an officer.
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Main Contact Person's Email Address: *
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How many students from your school are planning to attend the Boots on the Ground conference in Austin?
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Recruiting & Retaining Members
Do you have a group newsletter? *
How do you advertise on campus about your group? *
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List all the social media platforms on which your group has an account. *
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How often does your group post on Facebook? Twitter? Instagram? *
Please write "NA" if your group does not have any of these accounts.
Do you send group emails to your members? Who sends them? How often? *
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Approximately how many members are on your email list? *
Approximately how many members regularly attend meetings? *
Approximately how many members regularly attend events? *
What is the most unique social event/party that your group has hosted? *
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Education
Since Spring of 2017, has your group hosted any Pro-Life speakers? Who? Share specifics of the event! *
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How often do you have an information table on campus? *
List issues on which you have tabled. *
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How do you equip your members to better defend the Pro-Life position? *
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Events: Volunteering, Activism, and Fundraising
What was your most highly attended event, and about how many people came? *
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Approximately how many members in your group are trained as Sidewalk Counselors? *
List the volunteer service projects in which your group has participated. *
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If your group has hosted a baby shower, about how many items did you collect and/or how much money was donated?
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Please list all political engagement your group had in 2017. *
This includes registering people to vote, tabling on voting Pro-Life, lobbying at the Capitol, having a legislator speak to your club, volunteering for a Pro-Life candidate's campaign (block-walking, phone banking, etc.).
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Please list all activism events you held in 2017. *
Activism is anything that engages the opposition: 40 Days for Life/Sidewalk Counseling, Cycle of Corruption SFLA tour, hosting a debate, creating a Cemetery of the Innocents, lobbying at the Capitol, registering people to vote, etc.
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What fundraising events has your group hosted? *
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What have you done with the funds you've raised in 2017? *
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What is the biggest event that your group has planned for the semester of Spring 2018? *
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What were your group’s three greatest achievements in Spring and Fall of 2017? *
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