So please, let’s do what we do best: let’s gather together our network of friends, family and colleagues and fundraise for the innocent children of Ukraine.
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Violence and explosions have been reported in the capital of Kyiv and other major cities – forcing children and families into basements and bomb shelters. At least 100,000 have already been forced to flee their homes. As temperatures drop below freezing, displaced children could face long days and nights exposed to brutal conditions.
Families across the world have had to make impossible choices in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. They’ve fled violence at home to find shelter in refugee camps. Parents have had to choose between feeding their children or keeping a roof over their heads. Many students have been out of school for more than a year, with no idea when – or if – they’ll be able to return.
Now, even as much of the world begins to look forward beyond the pandemic, millions of children’s futures are still hanging in the balance. That’s why we’re counting on you to step up today: Have your gift multiplied five times by a generous donor and help reach our critical $80,000 goal before time runs out.
Educating ourselves and our communities is a critical first step. That’s why we’ve created a brand-new quiz to test your knowledge in honor of this important day of awareness. Please, will you take the quiz before World Malaria Day ends at midnight?
I hate to come to you with bad news, We fell short of our 10x match goal for children in need.
But here's the good news: To ensure we make up this $54,372 shortfall, the generous group of donors just offered to extend the 10x match up to our $300,000 goal – but only until midnight tomorrow. So please, before time runs out, will you rush a donation right now to have it go ten times as far for the world's most vulnerable children?
I'm on the ground as the Save the Children deputy director in West Virginia – where 1 in 5 families are experiencing food insecurity. Both here in the U.S. and around the world, the pandemic has led to a severe spike in child hunger – impacting millions of children's education, development, and futures.
Today is World Health Day, and we want to take a moment to talk about a serious global health problem that poses an urgent threat to at-risk children and communities: Currently, the world’s richest countries have secured 70% of the COVID-19 vaccine supply, leaving millions without access.
To truly end this devastating pandemic, we MUST address the vaccine equity gap.
Continued COVID-19 vaccine inequity poses an urgent threat to vulnerable children and communities. This World Health Day, we are urging world leaders and the global health community to immediately commit to making vaccine equity a priority.
Godisable, thank you for learning more about this critical issue today and for supporting the world’s most vulnerable children throughout this challenging time. You’re making lifelong change possible.
Save the Children
Save the Children and Atlantic Records are proud to announce a very special Livestream event for the whole family celebrating the new children's album At home with the kids - for which 100% of the net proceeds benefit Save the Children. The event will air live on Thursday, October 1st at 6:30PM ET/3:30PM PT.
Highlights of the event include musical performances, readings, and much more from celebrated artists Matt Maeson, Anderson East & Aaron Raitiere, Midland, gnash, Kyle among others!
At home with the kids, as been met by critical acclaim from outlets such as Rolling Stone, Billboard, and SPIN, with PARADE declaring the album "a fun mix of groovy funk, silly pop and soothing sleepy lullabies... Perfect for your child's nap time and silly dance parties. At home with the kids is a fun addition to children's music with a great cause to boot." The album features 23 classic songs, lullabies, and original family favorites performed by stars including Sia, Portugal, The Man, Tove Lo, Christina Perri, and many more.
World Refugee Day is an international day designated by the United Nations to honour refugees around the globe. It falls each year on June 20 and celebrates the strength and courage of people who have been forced to flee their home country to escape conflict or persecution
|Red Nose Day is a campaign to end child poverty, one nose at a time. Through the power of entertainment, Red Nose Day raises money and awareness to ensure children who need our help the most are safe, healthy and educated in America and around the world.
Want to help us end child poverty?
Help change the story for children and tune in to NBC on 5/21 at 8 p.m. ET for special programming in celebration of Red Nose Day! This year, the three-hour programming block features a very special episode of "Celebrity Escape Room" followed by the sixth-annual "Red Nose Day Special." There will be laughs, there will be celebs, and there will be money raised to help children safe, healthy, and educated.
*1.5 million children die every year due to water related diseases
*Half of the world’s hospital beds are filled with people suffering from water related diseases (UN) *The water and sanitation crisis claims more lives through disease than any war claims through guns (UN)