Introducing a new mobile ultrasound unit from Save The Storks

So cool.

Save The Storks was launched with the goal of providing fully equipped mobile ultrasound units to be placed in front of abortion clinics.  These mobile units are called Stork Buses. Their goal is to provide one Stork Bus outside each facility that performs abortions. In order to accomplish this goal, Save the Storks partners with local pregnancy resource centers.

According to statistics from Save The Storks, one out of every four pregnancy ends prematurely (or in their terms, “one out of every four storks never makes it to its final destination”). While that is a sobering statistic, Save The Storks also reports that three out of every five women they see choose life!

Last week, the latest Stork Bus was completed and will be on a tour this summer before being used by a local pregnancy center. But if you want to see what the new life-saving Stork Bus looks like now before the official tour, you are in luck, as Save the Stork is allowing Live Action News to share these pictures with you:

Save The Storks Exterior - Chicago

Interior 1

Interior - Stork Cushion Detail

Interior - TV

Stork Van - Above View

Joe Baker, founder of Save the Storks, wants women to know that there is hope:

Our goal is to let women know that abortion is not their only option, and to reach out to them with the gospel message of hope…. God has given us a heart for expectant mothers who find themselves in crisis situations. Through our partnership with pregnancy resource centers, these mothers can experience the love of Jesus and get the answers and support they need regarding abortion, adoption, and other life matters.

To find out more about Save the Storks or to learn how you can get involved, visit their website.

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