Leave it to Planned Parenthood to turn the joyous celebration of a baby’s birth into a fundraiser for birth control and abortion.
This Christmas, a Colorado Planned Parenthood is selling ornaments made from birth control cases and wreaths made of condoms to raise money for its work.
The Mountain Mail reports the Salida Planned Parenthood recently hosted a craft night where local artists and community members painted old birth control pill cases and turned them into Christmas ornaments. The facility plans to sell the ornaments and wreaths made out of condoms this week to raise money for its pro-abortion business.
Manager Shelley Schreiner said they began the “Giving Tree” fundraiser three years ago as a way to recycle unused birth control cases.
“For every box of six packs of birth control pills we get, we get six plastic compacts. But most people reuse their compact month to month, so we had literally hundreds of them sitting around the clinic,” Schreiner said in a news release.
“We couldn’t just throw them away, so we decided to paint a few to look like Christmas tree ornaments and put them in the lobby for donation. We ended up raising over $3,000, so in 2016 we decided to have a reception and invite the community,” she continued.
She said they raised $12,000 in 2016 by selling the ornaments, and used the money to provide low-cost IUDs to women.
The Salida facility does not perform abortions on-site, but it does promote and refer women for them. Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion chain in the United States, aborting more than 320,000 unborn babies annually.
Now it is using Christmas — a joyous world-wide celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ – to make more money to destroy other babies’ lives before they are born.