A Walk For Life Will Happen Tomorrow In Rochester New York To Benefit The Compasscare Pregnancy Help Center

05.20.16 | Bob Price, Traci Lynn Woolsey

CEO Jim Hardin says abortion rates in the Flower City have fallen more than 40% the past seven years.

He insists, "I think Rochester and Monroe County is leading the way to demonstrate to the county. Women don't want abortion, if they feel supported and secure, and the church reaches out to them.  Most of the time, they go on and have their babies."  

The 2016 Walk for Life fundraising benefit starts at nine a.m. tomorrow morning in Highland Park in Rochester.