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January 11, 2017
It is important to begin 2017 focusing on the signs of hope. In the past month, the South Africa Supreme Court rejected the legalization of euthanasia. The State of Ohio strengthened its protections in law from assisted suicide and members of Congress will be voting to overturn the Washington DC assisted suicide bill. While having hope, we also recognize that assisted suicide bills will be debated in at least 19 US states in 2017.
We are preparing to produce the next documentary. Producer Kevin Dunn (DunnMedia), has scheduled interviews this month in Washington DC and in the Netherlands in February. We are looking for personal stories of people who considered euthanasia or assisted suicide but changed their minds.
The Euthanasia Deception documentary cost $100,000 to produce. We have sold more than 2500 copies. Your donations made it possible to produce and promote The Euthanasia Deception. You can support the next documentary by earmarking your donation to the Vulnerable Film Documentary.
EPC responded to the legalization of euthanasia in Canada by providing hope, direction and advice to people who are dying and/or have chronic medical needs and to those who care for them.
Our Caring Not Killing pamphlet encourages people to become active caregivers within their communities, while providing concrete arguments against euthanasia and assisted suicide and promoting our Compassionate Community Care (CCC) service (1-855-675-8749) to advise, help and support people concerning euthanasia, assisted suicide and/or end-of-life treatment issues.
These pamphlets sell for: ($25 for 100 copies or $100 for 500 copies) + shipping and taxes on all orders. Bulk discounts on larger orders are available upon request. We need individuals, church groups and community organizations to purchase and distribute these pamphlets.
We need you to ask your MP to support palliative care Bill C-277 introduced by MP Marilyn Gladu.
We are concerned about Ontario’s euthanasia Bill 84. Please email EPC (firstname.lastname@example.org) information about the euthanasia regulation bills in each province.
It is our goal to build a resistance movement to oppose euthanasia and assisted suicide. We are committed to using film, social media and compassionate outreach to achieve our goal of building a culture that cares and not kills.
With your support, we will be able to accomplish our goals. Please consider donating to the next documentary and to renew your 2017 membership ($25). We also ask you to consider becoming a regular or monthly donor.
Thank you for your continued support. With your help, we will continue to protect people.
Executive Director / International Chair