Serena Kay

I came into SACH thinking that I would be giving to the children, but I didn’t realize how much they would give me. A couple days after Kaddija, a bright, beautiful, 12-year old girl from Gambia, arrived at the house I noticed she had brought some textbooks from home with her. I picked up the…

Welcome Home Sanusey

Today, we welcomed little Sanusey back to the SACH House after he had a rough few days at the hospital. Sanusey arrived last week and was at the hospital for his initial pre-surgery tests. When it came to be his turn, he got so nervous that he passed out. He was then taken down to…

Marissa Rosenfeld

I don’t remember the first time that I was introduced to the teaching that saving one life is like saving an entire world. No matter when, I do remember that the perplexing notion that a single part could be as significant as the whole left me wondering. In trying to extract truth from sentiment, I…

Danielle Leboff

Today is day #3 at SACH, and everything is going well so far. Yesterday was echo day, where all the children take a trip to Wolfson Medical Center, to check on their status of their hearts, post surgery. Zinet, who is fifteen, and Asma, who is five, were the only children who remained at the house, where we…