Educating Children to Change the Culture  


“Footprints for Life” is  a program designed to cultivate a Culture of Life in our children.  This program builds on a foundation of dignity, compassion, and truth.  The program covers USCCB Culture of Life topics age-appropriately, and incorporates discussions, activities, and the Spiritual and Corporal Works of Mercy into the study of these issues.  On April 1, 2019, the program received the Imprimatur from Archbishop Gregory M. Aymond, Archbishop of New Orleans.

 It was created to teach children to love & respect others – regardless of race, beliefs, abilities, etc. Also, children need to know that they CAN make a difference, even with the smallest of actions. By teaching our children to pray for, respect, and support those in need, we raise children that stand for what they believe in and, most importantly, come to know that God will provide.
The children of today have a passion for protecting life…they just need a path. 

                                                                                                                                            

 Fun-Raising Ideas to build a Culture of Life and
Raise Funds for Your School:

Pro-Life Prayer Card Contest - Have students write a short prayer or draw a picture for a prayer card.  The winning card(s) can be sold as a fun-raiser!!
More details can be provided.

Onesies for the Little One - Students can decorate onesies with positive messages! The students can collect donations for the onesies they create! The proceeds can be donated to your school and the onesies can be donated to the local pregnancy care center.  More details can be provided.

“Proud to Be Pro-Life Party” - Hold a a “Party with a Purpose” celebrating LIFE! Click HERE for more information!

More ideas can be found at ChoosetheChild.com

“There is no footprint too small that it can’t leave an imprint on this world.”
~Author unknown

Natasia Kissinger, Founder/Executive Director
ntkissinger@gmail.com       504-339-5384
"Cultivating a Culture of Life in Our Children"

All information on this website is - Copyright: Natasia T. Kissinger, 2016