For her first trip of 2014 Sarah Bowling, founder of Saving Moses, will be travelting to Phnom Penh in January to celebrate the center's grand opening.
The opening ceremonies will take place in Tuol Kok.
will also be visiting Saving Moses's
original NightCare center which on average serves 27 babies every night.
will be christening the newest center on her
trip and visiting the babies who would otherwise have to fend for themselves at night without NightCare.
Trips give organization founder, Sarah Bowling, and supporters a firsthand look into the dire conditions these babies endure.
With the information garnered from their experiences, Sarah
and supporters are able to effectively convey the urgent need for assistance in Angola
"Seeing the starvation and its effects on these innocent babies is difficult," says Bowling
The organization was formerly under the Marilyn Hickey Ministries and was founded by Marilyn Hickey's daughter, Sarah Bowling
During a mission trip to Ethiopia, Bowling
was inspired to help dying babies after encountering twin baby girls abandoned in a field and taken to an orphanage.
"By allowing Saving Moses
to have its own organizational set-up, its own board and its own mission, we are empowering the organization to grow further," says Bowling