3 Ways to Help Kids this Holiday Season

The giving season is upon is! What better way to celebrate the holidays than by helping children in the U.S. and around the world, especially those who have been impacted by the pandemic and poverty.

All year, despite the challenges we faced, we worked closely with leaders in Congress and our very own volunteers to build the movement for kids. As we move into 2021 our goals are ambitious, but with your support, we know they’re possible to achieve.

Your can help us make strides for children and help us urge the new administration to build back better for kids. There are many ways to help children in need. Choose the way that works best for you!

Here are 3 simple ways you can be a voice for kids this holiday season. How will you give back?

Make a Donation

The COVID-19 crisis has laid bare the many inequities children face here at home and worldwide. This holiday season, your donation will help us hold lawmakers – from the White House to state houses – accountable to children’s needs. Together, we can minimize the impact of the pandemic on children and families.

Know what’s even better? Become a monthly donor to make an impact year-round!





Peer-to-peer fundraise

Join our supporters to fundraise online! After working our hearts out to turn out voters this election, we need to raise the visibility of vital children’s issues with lawmakers and the public. Your participation in our Voices for Kids fundraising campaign will help us do that. Share your fundraising page link with family and friends to let them know how they can help you support kids around the world.







We train everyday Americans to raise their voices to lawmakers on behalf of kids. Whether it’s sending an email message to your member of Congress, tweeting at them or showing up to an (online!) town hall meeting to ask your lawmakers to invest in kids, you can make a real difference!






Whichever way you choose to give back, we thank you for your support of our mission to ensure kids everywhere thrive!