Every child deserves a strong start in life. This is why we're bringing our supporters from all over the country together to call on our elected leaders to invest in kids.
What is the Advocacy Summit?
The Advocacy Summit is a three-day experience of dynamic sessions, exciting speakers and meetings with your elected leaders. The summit provides a unique opportunity for our supporters to delve deeper into the issues, receive training from leading experts and act to ensure that matters critical to children’s lives and futures are prioritized by our elected leaders.
The Advocacy Summit convenes congressional leaders, journalists, policy experts and individuals just like you committed to a shared vision for the future of children. Whether you have attended the summit before or are attending for the first time, you will find this summit inspiring, helpful and valuable. You’ll return home as an even stronger voice for children.
“Save the Children has been a big part of the huge progress we’ve made in saving children’s lives.” – Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA)
“I’m grateful for the work Save the Children has done for nearly a century to create lasting change for the world’s most vulnerable children. Save the Children is an inspiring leader in our shared commitment to give boys and girls everywhere a healthy start in life, protection from harm, and a bright future. Organizations like yours will continue to make a tremendous difference throughout the world.” – Senator Susan Collins (R-ME)
Simply put, the time has come to give voice to those who are unable to advocate for themselves: our children. We must be the voice for kids, working together to achieve broad expansion of early childhood education and end preventable deaths of moms and kids once and for all.
Advocacy is one of the most powerful and effective ways you can use your voice to raise awareness about the needs of vulnerable children and put positive pressure on our leaders to act.
We believe every child should have the opportunity for a strong start in life, with the best chance for a bright future. Advocacy will help make that belief a reality.
The Advocacy Summit will focus on two priorities in 2017: