Community Abortion Information and Resources Project (CAIR Project)
Types of Support
- Financial Assistance
The CAIR Project is the Pacific Northwest’s abortion fund. Trained, compassionate volunteer advocates run our toll-free hotline. We provide referrals, fundraising counseling, and financial help to pay for abortions. Funding is sent directly to the clinic.
About Community Abortion Information and Resources Project (CAIR Project)
The CAIR Project began as a community effort in August 1998 in response to an unmet need for abortion funding. Today, the CAIR Project operates a toll-free hotline staffed by volunteer advocates who provide accurate, unbiased information and referrals, in addition to financial assistance for abortion services.
Community Abortion Information and Resources Project (CAIR Project)'s Community
Every year, the CAIR Project helps hundreds of women and girls who would otherwise not be able to afford an abortion. Their hotline provides a safe and confidential connection to healthcare services often restricted by todays political climate around abortion, and their case managers offer financial and pregnancy options counseling to clients, working with area health clinics that also supply birth control and other reproductive health information and services.
Volunteers, clients, and donors have shared some of their stories online: https://cairproject.org/stories/
Donate online to the CAIR Project and start making a difference in your community today.
Another terrific way to get involved with an abortion fund is to volunteer your timeas a grassroots organization staffed entirely by volunteers, the CAIR Project always welcomes more energy and input. Find out how on their website.
You can get updates from the CAIR Project and find out about the latest news by visiting their website, sending an email to [email protected], calling the toll-free hotline at 888-644-2247, or joining their vibrant online community on Facebook, where members share the latest information about events, resources, and reproductive justice news.