Tragedy Drives New York Man to Give ‘Safe Haven’ to Thousands of Babies

To untold numbers of children, he’s simply Uncle Tim.

Nearly 3,300 babies across the country who otherwise might have been abandoned and perhaps died have found homes in the past 17 years, thanks in part to the efforts of Tim Jaccard, a retired New York police ambulance medic who grew weary of responding to calls of dead infants abandoned in trash cans and alleys.

“To hold a newborn infant in your arms and have to pronounce that child dead is heart-wrenching,” said the 66-year-old father and grandfather from Long Island. “My gut feeling was that I was being sent on these particular calls to try and see what’s going on and change it. I had to stop this insanity.”

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  • Trilemma

    Now that’s pro-life.

  • LadyInChrist♥BlessedBeTheLord

    Blessings to Uncle Tim.

  • Grace Kim Kwon

    Thank God for these life-saving heroes. Christian faith means life to all. May God bless the Christians rescuing life in the Nazi world.