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Check out our recent blog posts and press releases to stay up to date on our work, meet our partners, learn about the latest trends in social change and celebrate key milestones with us.

Men Make a Difference

How One Small Town in Alaska is Helping Hundreds of Men Become Better Fathers By Natasha Smith  “Any strength that I possess, I can trace back to my dad.”   I said this in a conversation a few months ago and I keep reflecting on its reality. I am blessed to have an incredible, godly, hardworking, […]

A Vessel of Divine Deliverance  

A Note From CEO Diane Ferraro Recently, in my quiet time with the Lord, I read Exodus 1 and 2.   “But when she could hide him (baby Moses) no longer, she got a papyrus basket for him and coated it with tar and pitch. Then she placed the child in it and put it among […]

Hey Church, Let’s Talk

The Church’s Role in After–Abortion Recovery  By Katie Doryland According to a national study from CareNet,  approximately 4 in 10 women who have terminated a pregnancy were churchgoers at the time of their abortion.  Additionally, in a study done by the Pew Research Center, “just 4 percent of sermons shared on U.S. church websites in the spring of […]

Delivery Day: Notes from the Road

The story of a west coast Stork Bus   By Brittany Smith  On Tustin Street in Orange, Calif., sits a two-story Planned Parenthood. The brick structure is just a few miles from Interstate 5, what locals call “The 5,” or “the Orange Crush” — one of Southern California’s busiest highways. I know this location because I drove by it multiple […]

Post-Abortive And Pregnant

How An Ultrasound Helped One Post-Abortive Young Woman Choose Life Leslie was in her late 20s and recently separated from her boyfriend when she found out she was pregnant.   When she saw the positive pregnancy test, she scheduled an appointment at the local abortion clinic for the following week. She decided she wasn’t going to tell her boyfriend about the […]

The Handmaid’s Fail 

Hulu & Planned Parenthood Collaboration Creates Misconceptions about Pregnancy Resource Centers   By Brittany Smith  Hulu’s hit drama, The Handmaid’s Tale, appears to take aim at pregnancy resource centers — a move celebrated by Planned Parenthood.   The show, an adaptation of Margaret Atwood’s book by the same name, is set in a dystopian future. One with plummeting birthrates where the few remaining fertile women […]

Save the Storks Awards $35,000 in Grants to Pro-Life Start-Ups

Documentary filmmaker and non-profit Verity’s Village receive grants to launch their pro-life initiatives Save the Storks announced today it is awarding a total of $35,000 in grants to two start-up non-profit organizations. These organizations participated in Save the Storks’ first-ever Pro-Life Innovators Summit held April 16-18 in Colorado Springs, Colo. This 3-day interactive conference empowered participants to turn their pro-life ministry plan into a reality. Conference attendees were selected after an […]

Abortion Risks You Might Not Know About

3 risk factors of a medical abortion according to an OB-GYN  By Katie Doryland  The National Abortion Federation claims that a medical abortion is “one of the safest” procedures a woman can obtain.   But Dr. Karysse Trandem, board-certified obstetrician and gynecologic surgeon, disagrees. She has spent years studying the research on abortion and found several common mental and physical health […]

Save the Storks Announces Annie Tang Humphrey as New Chief Operating Officer

COO set to bring strategic and data-driven initiatives to the pro-life movement   Save the Storks is excited to announce it has appointed Annie Tang Humphrey as its new Chief Operating Officer.  She will oversee the organization’s operational and administrative functions and ensure the successful execution of the CEO’s strategic initiatives.   Prior to joining Save the Storks, Annie cut a distinctive path for […]

Pregnant And In College 

How E’Nisha Found Resources and Graduated College While Pregnant  By Katie Doryland E’Nisha was excited about her upcoming college graduation. She only had a few months left of school in the mountain town of Franklin, North Carolina. But her plans changed when she found out that she was pregnant.   At 23 years old, E’Nisha was now more worried about what her family back […]

“We Want to Eliminate the Need for Abortion”  

How One PRC is Flipping the Script on STI Testing, Sexual Health and the Spectrum of Care   By Brittany Smith  Recently, over the course of one week, Heather Lawless did intakes at her clinic for four women from the University of Idaho.  Finally, when the fifth client from the university walked in, she had to ask: “How did you hear about us?”  Lawless knew there was a Planned Parenthood just 10 […]

A Conversation with Save the Storks’ CEO

Why She’s Passionately Pro-Life and Pro-Woman  By Katie Doryland Diane Ferraro recently stepped into the role as the first female CEO at Save the Storks. She has been part of the team since 2018. Diane is a life-long pro-life advocate, largely because of her own story. She was adopted as a baby after her mother chose life for […]