The Vitae Foundation gives voice to those who don’t have one, through the tools of today’s media. While expanding into a variety of web platforms, we have a rich history specializing in the production of televised media and purchasing airtime, in an effort to encourage a greater respect for human life, restore traditional values in our American culture, and reduce the number of abortions by using mass media education. Vitae is truly ‘bringing media to life.’
McKenzie’s essay was about teen human trafficking. For her winning essay, McKenzie receives four box seat tickets to Osage County Night at the Ballpark on Tuesday, July 22, 2014. She will also throw out a ceremonial first pitch before the St. Louis Cardinals take on the Tampa Bay Rays.
Brandy’s compelling essay was about child abuse. Brandy also receives four box seat tickets to Osage County Night at the Ballpark, and she will meet Mike Shannon while visiting the Cardinals radio/TV booths.
Vitae Foundation has named Sharla Cloutier its Vice President of Development, East Region. Cloutier will be responsible for building community support in order to generate sufficient revenue in the most abortion-vulnerable markets up and down the east coast.
“We are thrilled to have Sharla join Vitae’s national fundraising team! It’s exciting to see young professionals like Sharla willing to dedicate their lives to the cause for life,” Vitae President Carl Landwehr stated. “Princeton educated, business background, with years of pro-life experience, she’s the perfect person to help Vitae build strong relationships with those who want to help with our mission of reaching women and saving lives.” Read More
Vitae’s Schwartze Grant Expands Essay Contest to Include Homeschoolers, Residents of Osage County who Attend School Elsewhere
For the seventh year in a row the Vitae Foundation has been awarded a generous grant from the Alphonse J. Schwartze Foundation, which will provide an opportunity to spread its message of life to the “Cardinal Nation.” Vitae will be able to advertise during all 162 ball games on the St. Louis Cardinals Radio Network, which includes its flagship station KMOX and local affiliate KATI, and 123 other affiliates in nine states. It is the fourth consecutive year the essay contest for Osage County students has been included as part of the grant. Find out More
(Jefferson City, Mo.) It was the first such gathering of its kind. Pregnancy Help Center directors from across Missouri came to Jefferson City to hear how the Meet Life campaign is faring in the Show Me state. Initial results are impressive, according to 2013 year-end data. The conference was sponsored by the Missouri Knights of Columbus, which is partnering with the Vitae Foundation and In His Image Ultrasound. Read More
Harold Hendrick did an interview with Dr. Pat Castle January 14th on
Bott Radio Network. Listen to entire interview here…
(Jefferson City, Mo.) After 22 years, Vitae Foundation President and founder, Carl Landwehr, will pass the presidential baton of this multi-million dollar not-for-profit media organization to Dr. Pat Castle, retiring Air Force Lieutenant Colonel. The transition will occur on June 1. Dr. Castle is the founder of another national pro-life organization – the National LIFE Runners Team. Landwehr will continue to work with Vitae utilizing his philanthropic and media abilities, but will no longer be the leader at the helm. Read More
Lisa was interviewed by Mark Hill on Springfield’s 1340 AM Ozark’s Big Talker. Lisa’s life experiences have lead her down a path from abuse and abortion to forgiveness and grace. Listen as she shares a bit of her story and details on Vitae’s Springfield event on December 5. Need to still make a reservation? Click here to register today online.
Over 1,100 people filled a sold-out ballroom in Kansas City on September 20 to listen to a man who says he’s not politically correct in an age where political correctness permeates most aspects of our society. Dr. Ben Carson, world-renowned pediatric neurosurgeon, thanked the Vitae Foundation and its donors for standing up for an issue that relates to political incorrectness. Read More.
(Jefferson City, Mo.) – Formersupermodel Kathy Ireland will be the featured speaker at the Vitae (VEE-TAY) Foundation’s Columbia Pro-Life Benefit Dinner on Tuesday, September 24 at the Holiday Inn Executive Center, 2200 I-70 Drive. Dinner and programbegin at 7 p.m. The event’s honorary chairs are George and Joni Pfenenger. The event raises funds to promote a culture of life and to help inform women facing unplanned pregnancies about resources available which can assist them in making an informed decision. Read More.
(Jefferson City, Mo.) Two Osage County R-III, Fatima High School students are this year’s grand prize winners in Vitae Foundation’s Essay Contest on Life Issues. Kate Massman (read essay), a 10th grader, claimed the top grand prize and will throw out a ceremonial first pitch before the start of the Cardinal game on July 20 which is Osage County Night at the Ballpark.Second place winner, Megan Hodge (read essay), a Fatima 9th grader, will get to visit the broadcast booth and meet Mike Shannon. Read More...
Understanding the dynamics of a woman’s mind as she experiences an unplanned pregnancy is the driving force behind Vitae’s extensive Right Brain Research™. Its latest study, “How Women Make Decisions about Unwanted Pregnancies,” has been published by American Thinker, a daily Internet publication. The article was authored by Dr. Charles T. Kenny and Paul Swope. Read more...