Kids can’t vote, and they don’t give money to political candidates. That’s why we need you. Learn about our campaigns and how you can be a voice for kids.
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These are some of the easy ways you can be a voice for kids. Whether it’s sending an email message to your member of Congress, tweeting at them or showing up to a town hall meeting to ask your lawmakers to invest in kids, you can make a real difference for kids!
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The week of April 16, 2018 is the Week of the Young Child. To celebrate, Save the Children Action Network volunteers and Student Ambassadors from around the country are organizing a week of action in support of increased funding for Head Start and Early Head Start. Learn how you can take part.
Every year, 5.6 million children die from preventable causes like pneumonia, malnutrition and malaria. Legislation introduced in Congress – the Reach Every Mother and Child Act – would scale up effective health and nutrition programs to help more moms and kids survive and thrive.Urge your members of Congress to cosponsor the Reach Act today.
In a majority of states, child care costs more than in-state college tuition. That puts high-quality child care out of reach for millions of working families. A bill in Congress called the Child Care for Working Families Act (S.1806 | H.R.3773) would expand high-quality affordable child care and preschool programs. Urge your members of Congress to cosponsor the Child Care for Working Families Act today!
Through our Every Last Child campaign, we are working to reach the world’s forgotten children. Over the next three years, we will work to ensure 15 million of the world’s marginalized children have access to lifesaving health care and quality education.