We invest in childhood – every day, in times of crisis and for our future. In the United States and around the world.

  • about 2 hours ago
    In this time of change, you can commit to positively impacting the lives and futures of children across the USA. Help give children here at home the future that every child deserves: a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. Sponsor a U.S. child today at the link in bio.
  • about 20 hours ago
    New mother Akuol holds her 3-day-old baby girl in the maternity ward of a hospital we run in South Sudan. Conflict that has affected the country for over 3 years finally forced Akuol from her home while she was pregnant. Our hospital provides cost-free healthcare including antenatal, delivery, and post-natal services to mothers like Akuol so babies like hers have the best chance to survive and thrive. Learn more about our lifesaving work for newborns at the link in our bio.
  • 1 day ago
    Times are changing, and so are the lives of America's children. But we'll always put kids first and are committed to ensuring their futures are bright. Check out our work for U.S. children in all 50 states!
  • 2 days ago
    How do you serve others? Volunteering? Donating? Reading to a child? Random act of kindness? Let us know how you make the world better for children. #MLKday
  • 4 days ago
    Our #Partner4Children supporters helped turn Rani's future around by transforming her classroom and helping her teacher adopt interactive methods for classroom learning. Before entering Save the Children’s Literacy Boost program, Rani was failing school and losing interest in learning. Now, she’s at the top of her class! Join us today and become a #Partner4Children to make a difference for children like Rani- link in bio.
  • 5 days ago
    3-year-old Khaled* smiles for the camera in his new rainproof jacket we provided at a refugee camp in Greece— but the harsh reality is that dozens of refugees are at risk of freezing to death in Europe following heavy snows and bitterly cold temperatures in Greece and the Balkans. We're distributing children’s winter boots, jackets, hats, scarves, rain ponchos and baby snowsuits. Here's how you can help us reach more children like Khaled at the link in our bio. *Name changed for protection
  • 6 days ago
    On January 12, 2010, a massive 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck #Haiti, affecting an estimated 3 million people and destroying 5,000 schools. Our emergency response reached over 1 million children and adults through relief and recovery programs, including re-opening schools and making them better able to withstand disasters. These children in Port-au-Prince were so excited to return to their lessons after we helped rebuild their school and train its teachers. #tbt
  • 6 days ago
    5-year-old Amaya talks with her teacher, a mental health professional, at a Journey of Hope session with Save the Children. Journey of Hope is a community-based psychosocial program we designed to help children cope with difficult experiences, like the effects of natural disaster or the long-term impacts of growing up in poverty. Now through February 28th, Build-A-Bear Foundation will match all U.S. guest donations up to $100,000 when you donate to our Journey of Hope program in Build-A-Bear Workshop stores or online. Learn more about how you can share your heart at the link in our bio.
  • 7 days ago
    Thanks to our community of Sponsors who help children all over the world imagine brighter futures through our #ChildSponsorship programs. Because of you, children in Mozambique are able to learn and feel safe in a classroom – two things every child deserves.
  • 8 days ago
    4-year old Sangay peeks out the door of her home. She attends a preschool we support in Bhutan, where we’re helping preschool teachers implement play-based learning activities to help set kids up for a better chance of success. In a country where many children are falling behind even before completing the first grade, the new school activities give students the motivation to be present and learn the essential skills they’ll need in the years ahead.
  • 9 days ago
    Pushpa, a nurse and midwife in Nepal, places a newborn baby in the arms of its grandmother. After a prolonged and difficult labor, the baby was born at home with a blocked airway. Pushpa, who had just finished our newborn care training, was able to resuscitate the baby with newly acquired skills. It wasn't until her own complicated birthing experience motivated her to become a healthcare worker, but overcoming obstacles to pursue her dream has resulted in unexpected rewards. “I became a health worker thinking I would help women,” she told us, ”but now I am also saving newborns.” #MondayMotivation Photo credit: Sanjana Shrestha
  • 10 days ago
    This is what the future sounds like! These little girls from a small village in Myanmar sing and dance at their new early childhood development center, supported by our #Partner4Children community! We worked closely with the public and government to build the center and train teachers in best practices and good nutrition. Now these girls have something to sing about!