Bianca Kirsh

As soon as I walked into the doors of the Children’s House on a rainy Sunday morning, an overflowing sense of joy rapidly found its way into my heart. My name is Bianca Kirsh, I’m from Brazil, and this is the story about my first week of volunteering with Save a Child’s Heart.     Not long…

Rotem Fellus

My first day at Save a Child’s Heart was unforgettable in many levels. The visual impression is that of a place that is not associated with sickness or pain. There are colours all around, small children running about, playing, and moms talking and laughing. So when I entered the SACH building for the first time, I really didn’t…

Scarlett Bach

“Balagan,” the Hebrew slang word for chaos or a mess, was just about the first word I heard upon entering 16 Haviva Reik. Since then, that word has continually echoed throughout the SACH house. “Don’t make balagan!” “YOU! Very, very big balagan!” I can hear those phrases resounding downstairs as I write this post from…

Caleb Coomes

During my time at Save a Child’s Heart, I documented my experience with a (almost) daily Facebook post and would like to share them with you here! Day #2 (June 5th, 2017) Another end to an even better day! We had 3 groups visit today through the morning and afternoon – so, needless to say,…

Megan Miller

I never imagined that in just 2 short weeks here I would experience something so life changing. During my time as a full time volunteer at SACH I have had the opportunity to experience so much and I know that my perception of life has already changed forever. I’ve met and interacted with kids and…