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Saving Moses is a global humanitarian organization saving babies (5 & under) every day by meeting the most urgent and intense survival needs where help is least available.

February 29, 2016

Step out of your comfort zone this summer!

Some people come into our lives, leave imprints on our hearts and we are never the same. I want to invite you to witness the life-changing power of genuine love this summer. Travel with Saving Moses to Phnom Penh, Cambodia and experience NightCare, our revolutionary program that protects the babies and toddlers of sex workers... Read More»

February 25, 2016

Do something crazy this year!

Thank you to everyone who contributed and sent me such sweet birthday wishes! My birthday fundraiser was an incredible success. I’m thrilled to announce that… By donating my birthday to Saving Moses, over 20 babies will be saved, nurtured, and protected! When is your birthday? Would you consider doing something crazy this ... Read More»

February 5, 2016

Help Sarah Bowling celebrate her birthday!

2016 is a very special year for Saving Moses—we are turning five years old! Five years old is also a significant age for babies and toddlers in low-income countries. Most little ones that die before age five are dying from completely preventable reasons. This means we can intervene and save little lives every day. This... Read More»

January 14, 2016

From Scars to Safety

Thom and Arun are brothers who have lived through the reality of unspeakable abuse. Before they attended NightCare, Thom and Arun’s step-father would routinely beat them with electrical cords. They came to NightCare with scars and bruises covering their arms and legs. Because their mother is a sex worker, she was unable to ... Read More»

December 31, 2015

The Most Important Resolution: Life

The Most Important Resolution: Life   Darya, an Afghan woman who had taken the birth life-saving skills course, visited a relative whose baby had been born two months premature. She noticed that the baby was not only small but also clearly emaciated and sick. Darya unwrapped the baby and asked what they had put on... Read More»

December 20, 2015

Is education really most urgent and least available?

Is education really most urgent and least available? Saving Moses’ mission is to meet the most urgent and intense survival needs where help is least available for babies all over the world. If a child is receiving an education, this means that they’ve had their most intense survival needs taken care of. Staying alive is... Read More»

December 4, 2015

Rewrite Afghanistan’s Future

It’s the season for flashy Christmas lights, packed shopping malls, and extravagant holiday meals. But beneath all the glitz and blitz of the Christmas season, we turn our attention to a country where hope is desperately needed—Afghanistan. This December we are focusing our efforts on a special project that will spread education, ... Read More»

November 10, 2015

Yes.

This summer I traveled to Phnom Penh, Cambodia with Saving Moses. It’s been four months since I returned, but the smells, sights, sounds, and stories have stuck with me. I experienced the NightCare centers firsthand—a place of hope and light in an environment of total and complete darkness. Saving Moses is opening the door of... Read More»

October 20, 2015

Spanning Generations

Growth and progress is an exciting prospect at Saving Moses—especially because that means more lives are saved, protected, and nurtured all over the world. We are getting ready to launch a new initiative to involve and inspire an awesome generation: millennials. We are emerging from what currently is into what will be, from young and... Read More»

September 28, 2015

Building a Legacy of Generosity

We want to introduce you to an inspiring, longtime supporter of Saving Moses. Ruth has been a monthly Hero since the beginning of Saving Moses. What inspires her to give? Building a legacy of generosity. Does Saving Moses’ mission resonate with you in a special way? There’s the old adage that we all heard growing... Read More»

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