When you’re a mom - you know the struggle.
You’ve faced it head on as your child’s fever spikes. You feel it closer when you find out a family member just passed away. The struggle you so often live with is brokenness. We live in a messy world and you, as a mom, experience this in a unique way.
At Save the Storks we care about you and moms who feel like they can’t continue with their pregnancies. The truth is, 84% of post-abortive women say they felt like having an abortion was their only option. This statistic is crushing. But what if together we could change it?
Change is already happening. Christ’s command to love is a call to action and we’re living this out by partnering with local pregnancy resource centers across the nation.
Our partnership provides these resource centers with powerful tools and training so they can more effectively reach and serve abortion-minded expectant mothers. Together we empower these mothers to choose life for their unborn babies.
This mission is accomplished primarily by making the highest-quality and most beautiful mobile medical units available. These “Stork Buses” allow our affiliates to go where abortion-vulnerable women are likely to be, such as in front of abortion clinics and on university campuses.
We believe in meeting women where they are and we work with our pregnancy center affiliates to provide expectant mothers with the spiritual, physical, financial, and emotional support they need to choose life. And we do it in a generous, compassionate, and loving way.
Love truly is the greatest expression of the Gospel and the most effective means of inviting women to choose life for their unborn child.
Through this model, we’ve found that four out of five women who see a sonogram of their baby on a Stork Bus choose life. This is an exciting statistic! We want to invite you to be part of this.
My name is Susi and I’m 25 years old. I have a daughter and son from a previous marriage, and remarried a few months ago. Recently I found out I was pregnant - this was definitely a surprise. The shock didn’t last but the fear did. My past isn’t an easy one and I suffered with postpartum depression with both of my children. Remembering the depths of hopelessness made me afraid of being pregnant again.
How would I cope with a new child if I experienced this again? My marriage was new. We were supposed to be in the honeymoon stage. How would my husband react? We were already struggling to make it financially. With these fears swirling in my mind, I stirred my coffee and told my children it was time to go. We headed out the door. I'm not sure they fully understood where we were going.
As I walked towards the mobile medical unit, my children commented on the beautiful colors. They were enchanted with the design but what really captivated us was the sonogram. Seeing the heartbeat on the screen made all the difference in the world. My kids were ecstatic to hear the heartbeat so clearly. In their mind, they were going to have another sibling and their excitement was contagious. I began to realize that this child wasn’t something to fear but a special blessing.
Knowing I would have the love and support of the Pregnancy Care Center of Rincon made all the difference.