Center for Bioethics and Culture NewsletterDear friends,

Thank you, our supporters, who have given to the work of the CBC. Your gift tells us that you not only have confidence in the work we do, but you also see our work as important and much needed. To date, your generous gifts have helped CBC raise much needed funds for the work ahead of us in 2010. We have raised $195,000 to-date and still have a ways to go to reach our goal of $250,000. With your gift today we can enter the New Year with the in-hand resources to to keep you up-to-date on the issues in bioethics, educate our leaders and decision-makers, promote ethical biotechnologies which protect all people, from the smallest to the weakest and be the voice for those who have no voice.

Here’s what people are saying about CBC…

I enjoy the newsletters from the CBC. They keep me up-to-date on issues like cloning, euthanasia, and stem cell research. The articles are clearly written and thoughtful and help me, a non-scientist, understand what the issues are and why they are so important.
The staff and leadership of the CBC Network are great people to work with. I highly recommend them to anyone considering hosting a conference or seminar or in need of a speaker.
As a culture, we need to have these discussions now before it is too late. I support CBC because it is leading the way on these important conversations.
We have been strong supporters of the work of the CBC for years. CBC is asking the right questions today, perhaps the most important questions facing us today!
I attended the CBC’s Banking on Life conference in San Francisco last May. It was the most interesting conference I have attended in a long time and the day flew by so fast. They do a great job planning and bringing together leaders to educate us.
The Center for Bioethics and Culture has helped me understand that genuine, morally responsible science is about exploring the enigmas of God’s creation, of which God holds us absolutely accountable for as His stewards, in ways that glorify His Holy name. This understanding has strengthened my outreach to the African American community in ways that has led directly to the saving of human life. For this I am in debt to the Center for Bioethics and Culture and her supporters.”
– Walter Hoye, Issues4Life Foundation
What do I like about CBC? The virtue, courage and intelligence of its National Director.
I like the information sent out frequently by the CBC which allows me to read up on the issues in my busy life.

Thank you for your end-of-year gift which helps us begin a new year strong!

With gratitude,
Jennifer Lahl
CBC National Director