Care in Crisis: India

As I spoke with my team- people I work with regularly- I couldn’t help but tear up at what they are facing. They compared the current situation to being in a war zone- constant sirens, regularly learning about who has passed, mass cremation sites, hospitals filling up with people needing care.

NightCare saves babies and toddlers from the dangers of the streets and perpetual cycle of the sex industry.

NightCare: Ending the Cycle of the Sex Industry

NightCare is more than a place of physical rest for the babies of sex workers overnight. It is a place of mental rest, peace, and hope. NightCare is setting these babies up for a better life and working towards ending the cycle of the sex industry.

Answering NightCare’s Toughest Questions

Answering NightCare’s Toughest Questions Written by: McKenzie Thompson, Communications and Logistics Coordinator NightCare is a novel and unique program that can be difficult for some

Why Should I Care About Babies Across the World?

In global humanitarian work, there is a question we are often asked- Why should I care about what happens to babies and toddlers I will never meet that live in a country I will never visit? Or why should I help babies and toddlers in other countries when there is a need here in the US? 

Addressing the Lack of Child Human Rights

Addressing the Lack of Child Human Rights Written by: Matt Nathaniel, Regional NightCare Director   When we feel sorry for children who are ignored, uncared

2019 – A Year to Remember

Written by: Communications and Logistics Coordinator, McKenzie Thompson In 2019, we saved a total of 9,506 babies and toddlers! That means that together, we saved

From Bad to Worse

From Bad to Worse Written by Director of Operations, Heidi Cortez Before the novel Coronavirus ravaged our world, Angola was already extremely food insecure. That

Work with Children, End Poverty

Work with Children, End Poverty Written by Regional NightCare Director, Matt Nathaniel Note: Reference to children includes babies and toddlers too.  The world, in general,

The Effects of COVID-19 on NightCare

Written by Saving Moses Communication’s Coordinator, McKenzie Thompson The news about the global COVID-19 outbreak spread almost as fast as the virus itself, but several

Important COVID 19 Update

IMPORTANT COVID19 UPDATE During the global spread of Covid 19, Saving Moses continues to monitor and assess each of our countries’ needs to ensure the

Hanging by a Thread: The Saving Moses Journey

Hanging by a Thread: The Saving Moses Journey Written by: McKenzie Thompson – Saving Moses Communications & Logistics Coordinator “Who abandons newborn babies? How did

Born in Refuge: Helping the Helpless

Written by: McKenzie Thompson – Saving Moses Communications & Logistics Coordinator At Saving Moses, we have recently launched our end of year campaign, Born in

Surviving the Underpass

A guest post by Stephanie Drawdy, a Team Trip Volunteer from the summer of 2019. There is a Southeast Asian community that once lived in

Saving Moses – Who Are We Again?

After visiting our website or scrolling through our social media, you probably have a solid idea of who Saving Moses is, but many people send

NightCare Cambodia Team Trip Volunteer playing with the toddlers at the center.

Why the World Needs NightCare

O  N  E At ten years old, Napti found herself on her own—no family, no home, no education. Like many girls in her situation, she

The Sheer Weight of Humanity

By Hannah, our NightCare Manager Before going to Bangladesh for the first time, I naively picked up a travel book, Bangladesh produced by Lonely Planet,

Newsroom: The 700 Club

The 700 Club included a segment on Sarah Bowling and our NightCare program on their show. The 7-minute video is embedded below for you to

Blinded Eyes

ABy Eric Drury    The sun was getting ever higher overhead and didn’t mix well with the layers of soiled garbage underfoot, the smell of fresh

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