Our model is to develop strong partnerships within the United States.
The 3000 Club

The 3000 Club

Through "Market on the Move" and in collaboration with the 3000 club, in 2016, Saving Children's Lives provided over 24,950 meals to at risk families and hungry children, aiding in nutritional needs locally.

Poters Inc.

Outreaches providing food and nutrition, American education, and household needs for refugee children and their families to be productive citizens in American society.

AZ Burn Foundation

Working with burn victims and their families with household items (such as towels and pillows) and other unmet needs as a result of their tragedy.t

Navajo Nation

Assist with community outreach events, providing food and nutrition for Navajo children, and implement water projects in remote areas of the Navajo nation.

Sunshine Acres Children's Home

We provide towels, bedding, and other household needs for children who are separated from their parents, and in loving, wholesome, Christian homes.t


We help by supporting their mission of engaging and empowering homeless individuals, by providing 30 families a month with household necessities, as they move into transitional housing.t

Streetlight USA

We provide towels, bedding, and female hair products, which help build the self-esteem and healing of victims of child sex trafficking and sexual trauma.

Teen Challenge

Huge blessing to people coming off the street into drug rehab, in receiving new towels, pillows, and bedding.t



Our model is to work cooperatively and intentionally with strong International partners to identify problems and find culturally relevant solutions. Currently, we work very closely with partners in: China, India, Mexico, Honduras, Kenya, and the Philippines.

Who We Are

Who We Are

Saving Children's Lives is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that works with local and international partners to help establish sustainable projects and programs for children living in poverty. To this end, our focus is to identify the root causes of poverty, identify tangible opportunities to educate, empower and enlighten, and to assist with projects and programs that address these needs in a long-term, self-sustaining manner.

In 2015, 14.5 million children in the U.S. (approximately 20%) lived in poverty.

Additionally, 13.1 million children lived in food-insecure households in 2015.

We Are A Certified Charity

The Independent Charities Seal of Excellence is awarded to the members of Independent Charities of America and Local Independent Charities of America that have, upon rigorous independent review, been able to certify, document, and demonstrate on an annual basis that they meet the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness, and cost effectiveness.

Our heart and focus is to identify opportunities to provide food and proper nutrition, clean water, medical/dental care, and education. We believe that fulfilling physical needs is necessary to reaching the spiritual need of those entrapped in poverty and social injustice.