Stories of Impact- The Need for NightCare
Cha-Nu and Chanda will always have a special place in my heart. Both of these toddlers’ stories remind me to stay on course, helping where the need is most urgent, and help is least available.
This blog explores what leads to mass violence against a people group and how we should view all of humanity- a central value of the Saving Moses team.
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 people to grasp. We get several questions on the program as well-meaning people work to understand why it is needed. The two questions that we get the most are: Why […]
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 for, and abused, we are moved with compassion. This is a natural human response. Over the decades, individuals and social justice organizations have taken a compassion-based approach when working with […]
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 they arrive in some random field? Was anything with them, like blankets or bottles, when they were discovered? Were they wearing any clothing?” These were just some of the questions […]
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 a slum known as Plankville. Its citizens lived high above running sewage and maneuvered in and out of their homes on rickety boards that often gave way. Some, including little […]
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 in questions as to what exactly we do. Those questions may include: Why do we only care for babies ages zero to five? What happens to the babies after they […]
Guest Post: Saving Moses Leads by Example
At Saving Moses, we love involving people in our mission. Each year, we take a team of about 10-15 people to Cambodia to volunteer in our NightCare centers. While there, they clean or repair centers as needed, visit neighborhoods to invite new attendees, and participate in play time, showing genuine love to the babies and […]
“I Wait For The Sunset”
I wait for the sunset. I look to the sun to know when my life changes and all things become bright, beautiful and loving. My name is Nerith. I am 3 years old. I have dark eyes and skin like a coffee with double cream. My hair is black and curly. My home is wood […]