The average drink at Starbucks costs between $3.00 – $5.00. It’s been estimated that the average American worker spends approximately $20.00 per week on coffee from companies like Starbucks. Translated into a year’s worth of spending, that equals $1,040 spent on coffee! But you know what? For just $350.00 per year (or $28 per month), you could help save a stork — a mother carrying precious cargo. And, the value of your investment will last longer than 20 minutes.
So let’s do the math. By cutting out only a third of your coffee spending, you could help save a stork in a year. What is even sweeter than a Mocha Frap? Saving an entire lineage of people.
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Hosting a house party is an effective way to get the word out about what we are doing here at Save the Storks. A house party is basically a way of casting the vision among the people you know. It is an evening spent at someone’s house with everyone they think would be moved by this ministry and willing to give. The evening can look however you want — there can be time for food or desserts, mingling and fellowship. At some point, the host or hostess (and a Stork employee when possible) will lead everyone in a short prayer, then show our promotional video and spend about 10 – 15 minutes sharing our vision and explaining how people to partner with us. The evening can end with a time of prayer to dedicate the work to God and let Him move in people’s hearts. It is amazing to watch and see how God works at these house parties to support our ministry and begin a movement for the things that are close to His heart. At one of the house parties, a lady was moved to give $100,000! You never know how the people you invite will be affected. Even if each house party only brought in $100, that would still be very helpful. If you’d like more ideas for hosting your own house party, or would like information about having a Stork employee attend, please contact us: email@example.com.
This is a pretty easy way to potentially raise a lot of money! Get together with your family, friends or church have a garage sale! Decide ahead of time what portion of the proceeds will be donated to Save the Storks. Who knows? You might find something really great AND support a great cause at the same time!
Do you own your own business? A partnership with Save the Storks can be a great way to give back and support a cause that is benefiting your local community. If you are interested, please fill out the contact form.
Save the Storks has some really great merchandise that helps keep us running and widen our exposure. While we sell many of these products on our website, we also offer bulk pricing for persons or business looking to resell our merchandise. If you would be interested in selling t-shirts, beanies or bracelets, please fill out the contact form.
Do you have a lot of great art that you would like to sell? Or perhaps you are in a band, and are looking for a cause to get behind? Then this is a great opportunity for you! Organize an art show or a concert, and we will send you literature to hand out and tell people about what we’re doing. Let us know what you’re doing so we can support you! Use the contact form to tell us .
There are a lot of great fundraising programs out there you can use if fundraising is your thing! Get a group together and partner with the Samaritan Card project to sell the ultimate gift card and raise money for Storks, or get a Chili’s Give Back night going. Host a car wash with your youth group, and get people to sponsor the car washers. If each person can get 10 people to pledge $1.00 per car washed, and you wash 10 cars, that is easily $100! Maybe you have another great idea for a fundraiser! The sky is the limit. Use your creativity to come up with an idea that works for you, and let us know how we can support you!
Jennifer Landi and her girls attended a music festival in the fall of 2012 and heard about Save The Storks for the first time. They had been praying that God would show them a ministry He wanted them to support, and after they heard the mission of Save The Storks, they knew God was leading them to support it! They have a jar that they put extra money into when they have it, and are looking forward to sending the jar when it’s full. We’re so grateful for their creativity and generosity in following the Lord’s leading.
Logan has been enthusiastically supporting Save The Storks ever since he heard about us. He made a presentation to his church youth group about our organization, and got many of his friends to purchase Stork shirts and bracelets.
Corinne heads up a pro-life club at UTD, and invited the Save The Storks team to come do a presentation at her school. She has helped us raise awareness and invest in the lives of the students in her club, as well as get more people involved in Save The Storks.
The Caron Family
It was so encouraging to our staff to receive a letter from the Caron family, telling us about the yard sale they put on after hearing about Save The Storks. All seven members signed the letter that arrived with their donation!
Tom Ellis, a Microsoft employee, has set up a matching fund through his work. This is a simple and easy way to stretch how far your dollar goes towards helping Save The Storks!
Brittney hosted an event at her school (Union University) where she and others sold their framed photography and donated the proceeds to Save The Storks. She organized the entire event, including contacting photographers, buying the frames, and setting the event up with the appropriate people at her school. We so appreciate her dedication to the pro-life cause!