What We Do
Here in the U.S., 16 million children living in poverty enter school not prepared to succeed.
Worldwide, approximately 132 million girls between the age of 6 and 17 are out of school.
We can do better. We must.
As the advocacy arm of Save the Children, we do what most organizations can’t: bring children’s issues directly to federal and state lawmakers. We’re always asking what we can do for kids.
Building a Movement
Change begins with individuals. That’s why we’re working on the ground to build momentum for early learning, investing in girls and protecting children at the border.
Working Across the Aisle
Kids’ futures depend on the actions of lawmakers today. And building those bright futures for children is a nonpartisan issue. That is why we work with members of every U.S. political party to enact policies that invest in kids.