We Have an Urgent Financial Need

For the first time since we started ERI, our general fund account is getting critically low, to the point that we are one or two payroll cycles away from draining it unless we can get things turned around. So I’m refocusing a lot more of my energy toward fundraising temporarily to get us out of this crisis. I’d like to ask you to prayerfully consider making a generous one-time or recurring donation to make our work possible.

We’re getting the video/podcast studio (that’s already paid for) set up really soon, and we’re already preparing videos and podcasts to record, as well as putting the finishing touches on the sidewalk counseling course. We’re really well set up to make a bigger impact on the pro-life movement than ever before.

I feel like I did when we first launched. I can see a bright future ahead of us with the projects that only our team is set up to accomplish, but there’s this canyon between us and the other side. We need your help building the bridge to get us there.

If you and/or your spouse wanted to jump on the phone or a video call to ask me any questions about the ministry and where we’re headed, I’d be happy to schedule that. Email me and let me know that you’re interested and it’ll go straight to me.

If you’re ready to financially partner with us now, the donation link and PO box number (if you prefer sending checks) is at https://EqualRightsInstitute.com/Donate.

If you’re a recurring donor, thank you so much! And if you are willing and able to increase your monthly donation, please let me know. We can easily take care of that on our end with our donation software.

God bless you all!


Josh Brahm


Josh Brahm is the President of Equal Rights Institute, an organization that trains pro-life advocates to think clearly, reason honestly and argue persuasively.

Josh uses speaking, writing and campus outreach to emphasize practical dialogue tips, pro-life philosophy, and relational apologetics.

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