- Founded by Joe and Ann Baker in 2011
- A pro-life nonprofit who partner with pregnancy resource centers that give women who are scared, confused, or seeking an abortion a choice
- The resource center has counselers outside abortion clinics asking pregnant women if they’d want a free sonogram
- They provide pregnancy resource centers state of the art mobile medical counseling units
- The mobile medical units (stork buses) allow resource centers to operate anywhere,allows them to meet with women outside of abortion clinics or on campuses, instead of waiting for women to come into the center
- Stork buses are equipped with:
- Exam tables
- Multiple tables
- Sonogram machine with technician
- Multiple monitors with media inputs
- Built in space for IPad
- Internet connection
- Soft lighting
- Air conditioning
- Lots of storage space
Three out of five women who board a stork bus choose to keep their baby
What The Left Says About It
One pro-choice individual said,
“They try to trick pregnant women into coming in to “talk about all their options” so they can convince them abortion is bad. They have a big sign in the window saying they offer free pregnancy tests.”
“It would not be surprising if they lied about a pregnancy test result. Or keep putting off giving you results until you have gone beyond the latest gestation period that your state allows for abortions.”
“Because they aren’t pro-life, they’re anti-woman. They talk about all the risks of abortion but not one word about the risks of carrying a pregnancy to term nor of childbirth.”
“Sure would be nice if these anti-abortion nuts would provide actual solutions to eliminating abortions you know like providing financial support during the pregnancy and taking the care of the kids once they are born. oh that’s right: these people only care about humans from conception to birth. after that they can get f**ked for all they care.”
Lady Parts Justice League said
“Save the Storks” criss-cross America in smarmy “stork buses,” lurking outside abortion clinics, offering free ultrasounds. They’re mobile versions of those phony pregnancy crisis centers, using a combination of guilt and lies to coerce women into having babies if they want them or not.”
Why You Should Care
The left wants you to believe that Save the Storks is all about religious indoctrination, medical misinformation, and risking women’s lives. The left does not want women to know the truth about abortion. For example they say women do not regret having an abortion. That is false, studies show otherwise, as you can read here.
The left claim Pro-life Save the Storks, are anti-women. That is false, again:
One way we’re helping people approach the conversation of pro-life is by shifting the emphasis from being solely on saving the baby, and shifting the focus to understand why women feel they need to get abortions. This helps people develop empathy that leads to compassion. The vocabulary of the movement may be changing, but the mission remains the same.
If we care about women, that means we’ll provide them with all the information they need to make a truly informed choice. We’ll connect them with resources in the community, plug them into groups (like local churches) who will provide support, and love and help them even if they choose abortion. This is something all political ideologies can agree on: our mission should be to empower women to make informed choices.
Save the Storks is pro-life and pro-woman, an organization that is growing rapidly. Reaching out and saving lives. Their mission statement:
We exist to partner with pregnancy resource centers and give abortion-vulnerable women a choice that will change their lives forever. We partner with resource centers all over the nation, providing them with powerful tools and training to more effectively connect with those women in their communities. With the support of people like you, we’ve funded 54 buses (35 are on the road and another 19 in production), and saved over 1,000 babies.