Protect Vulnerable Children
Coronavirus knows no borders.
It is a global threat and demands a global response. The virus is already having devastating consequences for children, including an entire generation missing out on school.
There is a real danger that progress made on improving children’s lives will see a reversal, especially for girls and children affected by conflict.
We must help protect and continue to educate these children.
Through a combination of government relations, communications and grassroots activism, we build relationships policymakers and mobilize the public to ensure children can learn and be safe.
We empower our grassroots network of hundreds of thousands of supporters to raise their voices and lobby their lawmakers to invest in kids. By joining together, we become a force that turns advocacy into policy wins.
For this World Refugee Day, tell your members of Congress that we need to support and fund education for refugee and displaced children impacted by conflict.
Millions of refugee children continue to grapple with immense hardships that were made worse by the coronavirus pandemic. Urge Congress to help!
The tragic 10-year anniversary of the war in Syria has resulted in half of Syria’s children growing up knowing nothing but war. Urge Congress to support humanitarian funding to help Syria’s children – and all children impacted by war.
School is a lifeline for millions of children around the globe. Urge Congress to support funding for programs that help children learn and reach their full potential.
South Sudan marked its 10-year anniversary of independence earlier this month on July 9. This is a huge milestone, but how are the people of South Sudan faring today, 10 years later? Still the newest country in the world, South …
We’re highlighting a few incredible youth female activists who are advocating for girls all across the world – helping them grow up healthy, ensuring they get the chance to go to school and protect them from harm. Let’s meet them!
We mark this Inauguration Day, a day of transition in leadership, with the knowledge that the President of the United States can and must play a critical role in making the world a better place for children.