NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia Foundation’s (NPCVF) mission is to support and protect Virginians’ right to make personal decisions about their reproductive choices and health, as well as their ability to access the full range of health care services and information they need. NPCVF's programs work on issues including access to safe, legal abortion care; access to birth control and emergency contraception; comprehensive sex education; and ensuring that Virginia women can get medically-accurate information and support regarding their full range of reproductive decisions. Our mission is accomplished through research, public education, outreach and organizing, and public policy work. NPCVF keeps Virginians – policymakers, the media, and the public – informed about critical reproductive rights and health issues and pursues a range of proactive programs to protect reproductive rights and address barriers to access.
NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia Foundation was founded in 2005 as a sister 501(c)(3) organization to NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia, which is a 501(c)(4) advocacy organization. We are a state affiliate of NARAL Pro-Choice America, a national organization that focuses primarily on national/federal-level reproductive rights and health care issues, while our organization focuses on the state and local level. In the past decade, NPCVF has grown considerably and established itself as a leader in policy advocacy, public education, and organizing on reproductive rights in Virginia. NPCVF and its sister organization work out of a Pro-Choice Action Center main office in Alexandria, VA, and a Policy and Government Affairs office in Richmond, VA. We also have remote community organizers who are based in outer Northern Virginia, Hampton Roads, and Petersburg, VA, respectively, and a network of campus interns based on various college and university campuses across Virginia. As a grassroots organization, NPCVF’s work is strongly tied to its network of hundreds of grassroots activists and volunteer leaders, or “Choice Ambassadors,” across the state.
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