Gabriela Martinez

I am still digesting my experience at SACH, but I will attempt to describe my two-week medical internship in a concise post. The first thing I heard was laughter as I walked through the gates and into a bustling scene at the Children’s Home. Once inside, I was met by a smiling Delice who invited…

Isabel Kennedy

In 2015, I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to visit Save A Child’s Heart with my summer camp and learn about the organization, as well as volunteer with the children for a day. The second I walked out of the welcome gates that afternoon, I texted my parents and told them that no…

Lorna Cowan – Medical Intern

Medical Intern from 14/07/19 to 08/08/19 Having just completed my third year of medicine at the University of Glasgow, my internship with Save a Child’s Heart (SACH) would be both my first encounter with paediatrics and my first time in Israel. I had been advised by an older student that paediatrics was like learning medicine…

Zoe Kress

Deciding to apply for a full-time volunteer position at SACH one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. It was mid-January and I was in my second semester of graduate school, already dreaming of summer vacation. I knew this was going to be my last “real” summer- you know, the one before you have commitments…

Hattie Kruschek

Volunteer Plus Intern Hattie is from Waunakee, Wisconsin and is currently pursuing a degree in Global Business and a minor in Peace and Justice from St. Norbert College. She stumbled upon Save a Child’s Heart through her friend’s social media post and immediately checked out SACH’s Instagram account and noticed that all of the children…