We invest in childhood – every day, in times of crisis and for our future. In the United States and around the world.
Millions of children in #Syria and around the world have seen horrors no child should see, resulting in extreme trauma. Our Healing and Education through the Arts (HEART) program helps kids use the power of artistic expression to help them cope with traumatic events and learn the critical skills they need to reach their full potential. Learn more, link in the bio.
The past two days has seen an escalation in bombing and shelling across Syria, putting thousands of children in extreme danger. Please donate at the link in bio to help us provide essential life-saving services to those caught in the conflict.
Two #Syrian boys share a laugh as they play their favorite sport in a camp for refugees. Our child-friendly space provides kids with fun activities like board games, coloring and role-playing. With no end in sight to the #refugee crisis, our #Partner4Children community helps keep the doors open at these very special places. Learn how you can become a #Partner4Children today, link in the bio.
In rural #Malawi, access to clean water is limited. As a result, children often get sick, miss school and fall behind in their education. With support from our child sponsors, we provide school-based handwashing stations, clean water and soap as part of our lessons on good hygiene. In turn, children often teach their families about handwashing, which can help keep whole communities safe from preventable disease. As a sponsor, you can help us ensure children in Malawi are able to stay healthy, in class and learning. Link in the bio.
Every last child deserves access to clean, safe drinking water. Give the gift of clean water today at the link in bio.
In the United States, where more than 1 in 5 children live in poverty, helping them develop in their early years is essential for their future success. Our U.S Programs give children access to critical things like books, healthy foods, and places to play and exercise. Learn more, link in the bio.
Hmm, which book to pick? Fifth grader Lexie searches for a book before settling down to read during a Save the Children-run afterschool program.Your support gives kids a healthy snack, 30 minutes of physical activity and help with their reading skills. As a #Partner4Children, you help improve literacy for young children across the United States, helping them succeed in school now and in the future.
Our dedicated U.S. programs staff support our nation’s most vulnerable children and give them early opportunities to learn so they can succeed in school and life. The generosity of people like you provides the support needed to provide early childhood development programs, like Early Steps to School Success – to equip families with tools and skills to support their children’s development. Link in the bio.
Today, children’s homes, schools and playgrounds have become battlefields across many countries from Syria to Afghanistan. War is redefining childhood for more than 350 million children living in conflict zones. Read more at the link in bio.
Attacks on what should be safe places for children – such as schools and hospitals – are also becoming a new normal in conflicts, with reported incidents having roughly doubled in the last decade. We've partnered with Dictionary.com to call attention to the fact that war is redefining childhood for 357 million children around the world. Read more at the link in bio. #EndWarOnChildren
Every day, young girls like Robina from Uganda face the threat of violence on the long journey to collect drinking water from a distant well. With your help, we can save their lives and better their futures. Sponsor a child, like Robina today, link in the bio.
Learn what we're doing to bring clean water to kids all over the world! Link in the bio.
Clean water projects are the life force of communities. Your support helps us provide children & their communities with wells and water pumps that improve health and sanitation. Give the gift of clean water today, link in the bio.
5-year-old Dalia* and 2-year-old Anas* are among the millions of Syrian children who are living as #refugees. "I always hear my parents talking about #Syria and how beautiful it used to be,” Dalia told us. “They promised they will take me there one day." Click the link in bio to help. *Name changed for protection
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