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When you make a donation, you help women access compassionate reproductive health care, birth control and abortion. Your generosity is helping provide excellent care and support to the women we serve – no matter their financial capability.

 

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If you prefer to pay by check, please mail to:Cedar River Clinics at 106 East E Street, Yakima, WA 98901

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Donate your car or other vehicle. We will take care of all the paperwork and pick-up, anywhere in the US.

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Donate a gift of stock or bonds to Cedar River Clinics. Click button to request more information or call 425-278-1132.

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Testimonials
From the time I called to schedule my appointment with Cedar River until I walked out the door, I was consistently made to feel comfortable and confident.

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December 17, 2014 at 7:31 pm

"Yes, men can have an opinion about abortion. No, they cannot force, coerce, or legally stop a woman from obtaining one. Unless, I guess, you’re in Congress."

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If you think men should help decide if a woman gets an abortion, just shut up | Jessica Valenti

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Jessica Valenti: Her body, her choice. Period

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December 16, 2014 at 5:53 pm

"The problem is that my school pulled me out of math class because they thought my clothing was distracting the boys. My school demonstrated to me that my education is less valued than those of the boys in my class, and that is why I'm writing this article."

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Stress Coded: Why High School Dress Codes Are Hurting Girls

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It was the last hot day in mid-October, and I decided to wear shorts to school. Shocker, I know. The problem wasn't the shorts I was wearing, but what I