Non-profit organization Save the Storks, based in Colorado, kicks-off Facebook campaign that seeks to collect 1,000 pictures of babies, toddlers and families that depict the joy of life. Promotion will run through October 12, 2018, with 50 random entrants receiving a Save the Storks branded t-shirt.
Save the Storks announced today the launch of a photo-sharing campaign on social media titled “Life in 1,000 Pictures.” The goal of this promotion is to share the joy of life with photos of babies and children of all ages. The organization encourages mothers, fathers, caregivers, grandparents, aunts, uncles and friends to upload pictures. Rather than shout with a hashtag, this campaign asks families to share images that convey life and love.
Pictures may be shared by visiting Save the Storks Facebook account and clicking on the “Life in a 1,000 Pictures” link on the lower left side of the main page. Photos can be uploaded or shared from an Instagram account. Photos can also be shared on social media with #Lifein1000Pictures.
“We’re so proud and honored to launch “Life in 1000 Pictures.” We’re asking 1,000 families to share their favorite family pictures ,” said Victoria Robinson, Director of External Relations at Save the Storks. “We’ve all heard the saying ‘a picture is worth a thousand words.’ At Save the Storks, we thought we’d change it up a little! We strive to celebrate life every single day, so we felt it was an appropriate time to remind everyone about the importance and beauty of life. From all walks of life, children are an integral, vital part of society. Whether they’re being raised by their biological parents, a single mom or dad, grandparent, family member, divorced or adoptive parents, we believe children and their parents or caregivers should be celebrated.”
“We receive heartwarming photos from moms, dads, grandparents, legal guardians and pregnancy resource centers daily,” added Joe Baker, Founder and CEO at Save the Storks. “Creating a platform on Facebook to upload the smiling faces of babies, toddlers, and children of all ages just made sense. Celebrating life is what we’re all about, and we’re looking forward to seeing everyone’s favorite family photos.”
About Save the Storks
Save the Storks mission is to revolutionize the meaning of pro-life. This organization partners with pregnancy resource centers in the United States to empower women with choice during pregnancy. Save the Storks has captured the imagination of millions with their compelling Heartbeat and Father’s Day videos and with its innovative fleet of Mercedes-Benz mobile medical units, known as the Stork Bus.
To date, Save the Storks has built 45 buses, with three additional Stork Buses in production and nine in fundraising.
Storks by the Numbers
- 79% of women say they weren’t counseled on other options outside abortion.
- 64% of women who chose abortion say they felt pressured by others to abort.
- 4 out of 5 women who board a Stork Bus choose life for their baby.
About Victoria Robinson
Victoria Robinson is the Director of External Relations for Save the Storks. She’s the author of countless op-ed pieces on the subject of pro-life, as well as the post-abortive mother and father. She’s an author, public speaker, television personality and former host of “Real Talk with Victoria” where her guests included politicians, teenagers, authors, speakers, and athletes. Victoria became an advocate for the pro-life movement following an abortion at six weeks of pregnancy. Involved in the pro-life arena for over twenty years, she has also worked as the Executive Director of three separate pregnancy centers.
Victoria is the mother of four daughters, mother-in-law to three sons-in-law and the Mimi to four grandchildren, with one on the way. She resides in Nashville, TN.
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