Jordyn Vernon

This summer, I was fortunate enough to spend two weeks as a medical intern with Save a Child’s Heart in Israel. Having just completed my second year of medical school I was grateful for some much-needed vacation time, along with the opportunity to experience the Israeli healthcare system. As a medical intern, I lived in…

Hannah Samuels

  This experience rose above and beyond any expectations I had, and I am in awe of all members of this unique organization. I started out the program thinking that I would spend my mornings in the hospital, and afternoons exploring Tel Aviv. That plan immediately changed once I met the children staying at the…

Alyssa Scher

I happened upon Save a Child’s Heart for the first time when I was just 15 years old. After spending extensive time doing in depth research into this incredible organization, I made a promise to myself that, when old enough, I would travel to Israel and become a member of the SACH family. So this…

Ariel Baron

Pure bliss is the best way to describe Save a Child’s Heart.  Sickness and poverty are forgotten; and, health and purpose replace it. Children from around the world are united in Israel with one a common goal; to be free of pain and disease. This summer I had the privilege of volunteering at SACH for…

Dinah Finkelstein

I decided to come to Israel to explore myself both personally and professionally. I am a recent graduate of a Master’s of Social Work with a specialty in Child and Family Welfare. I have always been fascinated with the concept of adjusting to new and chronic illness and before settling down to work in Canada,…