The Baby Rescue Team
These staff members are fully committed to being an advocate that will intervene on behalf of desperate young mothers and their precious babies in order to ensure the best future for their children, while rescuing and preventing babies from being abandoned. We are incredibly thankful to be blessed with such an amazing to reach these mommies and abandoned babies!
Impact Baby Rescue Director
Nichie Parish serves as the Impact Baby Rescue Director. Nichie has 10+ years of international ministry experience and is pursuing her degree in Developmental Psychology through Liberty University Online. Nichie has a passion for protecting and preserving life, which enables her to uniquely minister to these young desperate women and their precious babies. Please feel free to connect with Nichie at email@example.com!
Baby Rescue Center Manager
Maddie Mononela is a local African who has been serving as a full-time staff member since 2014. Maddie is pursuing her degree of Social Work at the University of South Africa. Maddie is uniquely qualified for this role with her specific gifts, talents and passions. Maddie is the first responder to assist and counsel desperate young women and care for abandoned babies.
Baby House Mom
Nyasha began working as our Baby House Mom in early 2017. Nyasha is a local African who has 4 years of working as a house mother and caring for children. With her gentle spirit and kind heart she is the perfect “mom” to care for every abandoned baby that is placed in our Baby Home until they are adopted by their forever family.
“Being an intern at Impact Africa was the greatest decision I've ever made. Before I came here, I was loving and serving Jesus the best I knew how, but it still felt like I was living in black and white. Now, I finally feel like I'm seeing in color. Learning how to share my faith and embracing the Great Commission has made me come alive in a way I've never felt before.”- Sarah Miller, class of 2016
“We are helping to not only meet the physical needs, but the spiritual needs of people in Africa.”- Katie Cavanaugh, Class of 2011
“I have been learning so much about God’s heart for His people all around the world and how there is such an urgency to share the Gospel with these people who don’t know.”- Sarah Tapp, Class of 2012