NOTICE: The Summit will be delayed until further notice in compliance with the CDC’s recommendations, however, we will still be accepting applications! Thank you for your understanding.
Have you always wondered what your community would look like with a pro-life ministry in it?
The Pro-Life Innovators Summit can help you become the next pro-life leader
What Is The Pro-Life Innovators Summit?
A 2-day interactive conference led by Save the Storks. The summit is geared towards future pro-life leaders looking to take action in their communities and give them the training and inspiration they need to take the next step– whether it’s starting a non-profit, fundraising, marketing a new idea, or all three.
May 10-12, 2020
The Antler’s Hotel
4 S Cascade Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
What Will The Summit Help Me Do?
Make a Plan For Your Non-Profit: Take your non-profit idea and turn it into a tangible plan. Gain insight into industry best practices and set fundraising goals during breakout sessions.
Build Pro-Life Programming: Create a plan to make your ministry programming dreams a reality in your community.
Learn Pro-Life Apologetics: Defend your stance on life unapologetically, with love, compassion, and new talking points.
Network with Pro-Life Leaders: Bounce ideas off others in the pro-life world and create connections to grow your network.
Summit Keynote Speakers
In addition to breakout sessions and networking, the summit also features speakers with years of pro-life experience.
Lawson Perdue, Pastor of Charis Christian Center, Colorado Springs
Rich Bennett, CEO of Life Network, Colorado Springs
Victoria Robinson, Director of External Relations, Save the Storks, Colorado Springs
Joseph Schmidt, Director of Solutions, Save the Storks
How Do I Sign Up For The Summit?
There are 25 openings available. Click here to reserve your spot!
Although the event is free, hotel costs and transportation costs will not be covered by Save the Storks.
We have a group rate at The Antlers, A Wyndham Hotel.
Brittany is the Staff Writer on the Awareness Team. She originally hails from Charlotte, N.C. But since moving west to Colorado she tries to get out and enjoy the mountains as much as possible. She loves books, French fries and not using the Oxford Comma-- although not necessarily in that order.