Wednesday, October 16, 2019


Theresa Schrempp, Esq.
Thanks to the generosity and leadership of attorney Theresa Schrempp, we formally launched this website for the Foundation for Choice is an Illusion, a 501c(3) nonprofit corporation, in November 2017. 

“Why did we found the Foundation for Choice is an Illusion?” said Schrempp, “Because the more people know about assisted suicide and euthanasia, the less they like it." 
"Through the Foundation, we educate the public and expose the false promise of ‘choice’ promoted by assisted suicide/euthanasia advocates."

Donations may be tax deductible. Consult your tax advisor regarding your particular situation.

Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Who We Are and What We Do

Northwest Montana Fair
The Foundation for Choice is an Illusion is a 501(c)3 public charity opposed to assisted suicide and euthanasia.  
In states such as Oregon and Washington, where assisted suicide and/or euthanasia is legal, the laws apply to people with years to live. The laws also provide cover for murder by requiring that deaths be reported as "Natural" no matter what the facts and without even a hint that the actual cause of death was assisted suicide or euthanasiaSuicide contagion is also a problem.

Monday, August 20, 2018

Thank You to Our Volunteers

Margaret Dore at the Fair
Thank you to our volunteers who braved the smoke to join us at the 2018 Northwest Montana Fair in Kalispell.

We educated the public about problems with legalization, including how people with years to live are encouraged to throw away their lives, and fatal elder abuse.

Thanks especially, to everyone who worked the table, including Lucinda Hardy of Columbia Falls, Gail Bell of Bozeman and Linda Clark of Seattle. To read Lucinda's story, click here. To read Gail's story, click here.

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Thank you to the Darren A. Lyles Memorial Fund

Darren Lyles
In July 2000, Darren Lyles and his wife, Maribeth, were a happy married
couple, who had just moved into a new home with their two baby girls.

On July 12th, Darren woke up with a headache, took a migrane medication and went back to sleep. A few hours later, Maribeth, found him with his right side stationary. A former lifeguard, she immediately concluded that he had had a stroke and called 911.

The hospital staff instead focused on the possibility of an overdose, testing him for drugs. They also did a spinal tap and gave him blood thinner. Frustrated, Maribeth exclaimed “Why aren’t you doing a brain scan?”