GPLM to contribute to Gibraltar’s Covid19 efforts

GPLM urges the public to stay safe in these uncertain times and follow the advice from Government and the Director of Public Health

The Chairperson of the Gibraltar Pro Life Movement, Mrs Patricia Parody, has today announced the charity has made a financial contribution to the GHA COVID 19 fund.

Mrs Parody said:

“In GPLM our focus has always been on working within the community of Gibraltar to safeguard lives and support each other. We feel that during this crisis, every organisation has to participate as much as possible to protect Gibraltar from the Coronavirus. To that end, our trustees have agreed to contribute the sum of £5,000 to the COVID 19 fund.”

She continued:

“We remain committed to our objectives, as an organisation, to protect the lives of unborn babies and support mothers in Gibraltar. However, at this time, we believe that our role, like many other non-profit entities, is to do our utmost to support our community.”

Mrs Parody went on to praise the work of the essential services and pledged support for Government in their efforts to protect our citizens.

“We would like to publicly thank all the members of the medical and essential services as well as the many hundreds of volunteers, who are ensuring that all our population is kept safe. It is also important in times of crisis to support the efforts of the Government and follow strictly the public health advice. It is through working and supporting each other that we can come out of this crisis and begin to rebuild our community into a stronger, more humane and benevolent society.”

Finally, Mrs Parody thanked GPLM supporters for their continued support and reiterated their commitment to supporting families through their CareLink programme:

“The committee would like to extend their heartfelt thanks to the many supporters and volunteers for their continued commitment to the GPLM and their dedication over the past few months in particular. We look forward to working together in raising awareness about protecting the rights of the unborn and supporting mothers. Until then we are continuing to offer support via our CareLink programme in a safe and responsible manner. Should anyone require assistance, we can be contacted through the Care Agency or on 54067935.”