Giving Tuesday

When we invest in children, we invest in the future. Help kids across the country and all over the world!

Learn how you can make a difference.

Join us for the 2018 Advocacy Summit.

We’re inviting advocates from across the country to Washington D.C. to advocate for policies that benefit kids.

Join us as we help drive positive change on behalf of children.

Meet Fatuma*.

She was suffering from malnutrition. Plumpy nut, a low-cost, high impact solution helped save Fatuma’s life.

Read Fatuma’s story, and help us save more lives through a bill called the Reach Act.

Meet Tamara.

She fled with her family to Lebanon after the fighting in Syria threatened their safety. Children like Tamara deserve a chance to be safe.

Help kids like Tamara live a happy, healthy and safe life.

Meet Jayla.

Her mother participated in a home visiting program so she could learn how to help Jayla succeed.

You can help kids like Jayla, too.

Meet Olivia.

She was given an amazing gift: the opportunity to learn. Read Olivia’s story, and help us give every child a strong start.

We are the political voice for kids.

Save the Children Action Network is building political will to increase opportunity for children and ensure a better future for us all. Together, we can give every child a strong start in life.

Our Issues

We’re on the ground in seven states and advocating on Capitol Hill to:

Learn more about the successes of our past campaigns

Victories in 2017

Opening up new opportunities for kids in 2017

In 2017 there were many big moments in one of the most important battles there is: ensuring that all kids have the opportunity to reach their full potential. Learn about our biggest accomplishments this year.
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High 5 for Kids

Raising awareness of kids’ issues at presidential caucuses and primaries

In 2015 we launched the High 5 for Kids campaign to raise awareness of kids’ issues in key presidential states. Our activists attended events throughout Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina and asked presidential candidates: if elected, how would you invest in kids?
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Get Local

Learn about our grassroots work in 2017