November 29, 2017

Dear Friends,

The Christmas season is almost upon us. It is a time to give thanks for all the gifts we have received and to share time with family and friends. EPC is truly thankful for all the support you have given us in the past year.

In the past 18 months, we have distributed more than 3700 Euthanasia Deception DVD’s and participated in more than 100 screenings. We have done many presentations and distributed information to thousands of people.

The Fatal Flaws film production is progressing well. In November, we released a film clip of Margreet from the Netherlands telling how her mother was killed by euthanasia without request. The study indicating that 431 people died by euthanasia without request in the Netherlands in 2015 has new meaning when you watch this clip.

We have started to book screenings for Fatal Flaws in April, May and June of 2018. We are organizing screenings in cities throughout North America. Contact Alex (1-877-439-3348) to book a Fatal Flaws screening.

In November, we had both good and bad news in Australia. In New South Wales the euthanasia bill was defeated but in Victoria the bill passed.

In 2018, we expect that 25 U.S. states will face bills to legalize assisted suicide. We also know that an assisted suicide bill will be debated in New Zealand. The production and distribution of Fatal Flaws is crucial.

The Compassionate Community Care (CCC) service (1-855-675-8749) continues to receive calls from people who need advice, help and support concerning euthanasia and assisted suicide prevention and/or end-of-life treatment issues. A training and visiting program will begin in 2018. Donations written to Compassionate Community Care will now receive a charitable receipt.

EPC has been fortunate to have two high school co-op students working in our office over the past few months.

Also in the past few months, we were contacted by leaders in Sweden, Australia, Italy, Hungary, New Zealand and others thanking us for the information and direction we are providing. For example, an American psychiatrist told us that our information enabled him to successfully argue against euthanasia and assisted suicide. We must never lose hope. Positive change will happen in our society, one heart and one mind at a time.

EPC and DunnMedia & Entertainment have launched a focused fundraising campaign for Fatal Flaws. Since the launch, we have received several generous donations towards our goal of $90,000 needed to complete the film.

Please help us by donating to Fatal Flaws or remember the Euthanasia Prevention Coalition when you make your Christmas donations. Your support has enabled us to be the world leader in opposing euthanasia and assisted suicide.

The EPC staff wish you a very merry Christmas!

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