The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) has won the Times Charity of the Year Award for charities with an income of more than £10 million. The organization tweeted that it was “completely thrilled & delighted to have won charity of the year”, coming ahead of charities such as the Disaster Relief Fund.
BPAS, the largest provider of abortion in the UK, is spearheading the campaign to decriminalize abortion, which would take abortion outside of the law and leave women more vulnerable to the unscrupulous abortion industry. (Join SPUC’s We Care About Women campaign opposing it!)
Alithea Williams of SPUC commented in a press release: “It seems astonishing that an organization like BPAS should win a charity of the year award ahead of charities who work in disaster zones, with the homeless, and with ex-offenders. Whatever one’s view on abortion, BPAS is promoting an extreme agenda that most of the public find abhorrent.”
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