Vision: A world where every expecting mother in every corner of the world has access to ultrasound imaging.

Mission:  To provide pro-life pregnancy centers in developing countries with recycled ultrasound machines and the necessary training.

Our Guiding Verse: “The city streets will be filled with boys and girls playing there.”  -Zechariah 8:5

What Is Flutter?

Our name comes from the delicate and fragile human heartbeat that, at 5 ½ weeks, can be seen on an ultrasound image. As it beats, the room stands still, and everyone holds their breath. The image of the heartbeat that appears on the monitor looks like a butterfly fluttering its wings.

And it’s that single flutter that can change the world.  When a scared young woman sees that fluttering for the first time, tears run down her face, and she realizes this is a child, her child. It is knowing that God gently placed her there for protection. Each time a pregnancy center performs an ultrasound, God orchestrates a divine appointment. It gives her a chance to choose life, to have hope, and to be supported, loved, and cherished.

The cost of going fully medical is highly expensive and limits smaller pregnancy centers. That’s why we have partnered with Project Ultrasound to make a difference in the smaller pregnancy centers around the United States. We hope providing the resource of an ultrasound machine will allow centers to check one thing off their list while assisting them in their mission.

Flutter was specifically created to put these recommissioned machines to work where they are needed most. Karla stated it was God who spoke to her. He said, “I put those ultrasound machines in the closet for you to send – get to work!”

The need is great, the blessings are abundant, and the vision is real!  Helping these girls choose life by seeing the flutter of a heartbeat will change their world.

Ipad and prob saving babies and mom in Kampala.

A thank you for Flutter from A pregnancy center that received an ultrasound last year

One of two Ultrasounds for a region at the outer ends of Kampala, Uganda with 6 centers.

1st ipad and probe for a Pregnancy center in Uganda