Stories of Life
The Women’s Medical Clinic and Mobile Medical Clinic movement in the United States is a quiet, but powerful force. One that is giving hope, healing, and help to women every single day, all across our country. Be inspired by this incredible and empowering work.
Stories of Impact
Empowered women empower others. The women we serve are strong and inspiring and brave. They are a beacon of hope and a touchstone for creating a culture of life. That’s why we tell their stories.
By Charlotte Pence Bond During Black History Month, it is essential that we pay attention to the disproportionate struggles and lack of access to healthcare that Black women face. This is especially pressing when it comes to the heartbreak of abortion that Black women experience. Many of them feel as if they do not have…
Dear Editor, I read your recent post about Hannah Neeleman, the woman who won Mrs. World and goes by “@ballerinafarm” on social media, and was disheartened by how you chose to word her piece and the caption on Instagram. I have no personal affiliations with Hannah, nor do I follow her on social media, but…
When Danielle discovered she was pregnant, she felt like there was no way she could have a baby. The weight of her financial struggles and the uncertainty of her living situation led her to believe that abortion was the best option. When she broke the news to her longtime boyfriend, Tyler, he agreed to take…
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Save the Storks commissioned a study
to investigate American’s attitudes and opinions on abortion.
Key findings include:
of Americans believe that life begins at or before the heartbeat1
of pro-choice respondents stated abortion would not be an option for their own unplanned pregnancy2