On Friday, November 3, Texas Right to Life will proudly host the 20th Annual Celebration of Life. The event will take place at Hilton Americas- Houston in the heart of downtown from 7:00 to 10:00 pm. Texas Right to Life has worked to advance the Culture of Life in the Lone Star State for more than four decades. Each year, the Celebration of Life is an opportunity to gather supporters and offer updates on the most recent legislative victories, the progress of the Texas Right to Life scholarship program, and the growth of the Pro-Life movement. Each year, the event galvanizes Pro-Lifers across Texas to carry on Pro-Life efforts.
Last year’s Celebration of Life gained record attendance. This year, Hurricane Harvey forced Texas Right to Life to move the Celebration of Life to November 3. Undeterred by the change in plans, organizers expect another record year.
The evening features keynote speaker and renowned Pro-Life advocate Dan Compton. Dan Compton was born through the hands of infamous abortionist George Tiller, who had bragged that his Wichita abortion clinic ended the lives of more than 50,000 preborn babies in abortions. Dan Compton is the sole survivor from the 50,000 lives lost. After grappling with this difficult past, Dan Compton came to his own Pro-Life convictions and now speaks to encourage high school and college students. His story of grief and joy is one you do not want to miss.
The Celebration of Life also includes the much-anticipated silent auction. The carefully curated silent auction offers guests the opportunity to win exceptional prizes, such as a weeklong stay in Vail, Colorado; a three-night stay at Kelley’s Creekside Bed and Breakfast in the Texas Hill Country; and a two-day, all-inclusive hog hunt.
State and local elected officials and Pro-Life advocates from across the state will attend the 20th Annual Celebration of Life. Guests will have the opportunity to meet fellow Pro-Life Texans and learn about the life-saving work of Texas Right to Life, including a comprehensive update on the Pro-Life legislative efforts of the 85th Texas Legislature.
A limited number of tickets remain for the fast-approaching Celebration of Life. More information about the event and ticketing are available on the Texas Right to Life website.