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

  • about 11 hours ago
    Every last child deserves access to clean, safe drinking water. Give the gift of clean water today at the link in our bio.
  • 1 day ago
    Our Child Sponsorship programs are helping malnourished babies in El Salvador. In partnership with the Ministry of Health, we deliver food and information about breastfeeding and appropriate food handling practices to help moms and babies survive and thrive. We tracked exciting improvements by monitoring the weight and height of 392 girls and boys under the age of five. #WhyISponsor
  • 1 day ago
    We're so amazed that generous supporters like you helped raise over $33 million for #RedNoseDay! We can achieve so much for kids in need when we all work together. Thank you!
  • 2 days ago
    Today is the day! We're polishing our noses and getting ready for the #RedNoseDay Special airing tonight on NBC. Tune in and help fight childhood poverty.
  • 3 days ago
    Sangay, 4, is ready for #RedNoseDay. Tune into the Red Nose Day Special this Thursday, May 25th on @nbctv and see what we can accomplish for children this year.
  • 4 days ago
    Hoodo collects water following a Save the Children water delivery in drought-affected Somaliland. Life-threatening child malnutrition rates continue to rise to alarming levels in Somalia. We truck water several times per week to Hoodo's village, which has largely run out of water and has suffered large scale livestock losses. Learn what else we're doing to help children and families affected by the #HungerCrisis at the link in our bio.
  • 5 days ago
    Newborn baby Shephard was born premature, but our community health workers in Malawi are working to ensure his survival with interventions like Kangaroo Mother Care. The prolonged skin-to-skin contact helps the youngest and most vulnerable children by promoting breastfeeding and reducing infection—all the while providing a great bonding opportunity for mom and baby. “I’m optimistic,” mother Ester tell us. “I notice that he likes the warmth and tranquility when I put him on my chest. I think this will go well, and that he has a future.”
  • 6 days ago
    "Young mothers are learning how to keep their babies healthy, and nothing is more important," says a nurse midwife at our new Healthy Moms and Babies program in the Philippines. Through this program, we train health professionals in birthing and delivery techniques, and teach parents how to keep their infants healthy through practices like breastfeeding. We're thankful to our #childsponsors whose support has a crucial impact in this community. #WhyISponsor
  • 7 days ago
    We're thankful for the support of Christopher and our other Partners for Children that allows us to be there every single day for the world’s most vulnerable children. You can help by becoming a #Partner4Children at the link in our bio.
  • 8 days ago
    The world is facing its worst humanitarian crisis since World War II - there are more people fleeing war and persecution than ever in history, and the majority are from Syria. We work tirelessly to provide refugees with lifesaving assistance, improve access to education and quality health care, and protect children from exploitation. Please support our work today- link in bio.
  • 9 days ago
    "Our sole mission is to save the lives of people, particularly children, who are escaping violence, persecution and extreme poverty," writes our Search and Rescue staff from the Mediterranean. "We save people from the very real threat of drowning and protect the children we bring aboard." Read more from our blog- link in bio.
  • 10 days ago
    7-year-old Anisa eats her lunch in the one-room makeshift home that her family lives in following earthquake destruction in Nepal. Her town was badly hit by the 2015 earthquake which took lives, homes and livelihoods, putting children in jeopardy of trafficking. Anisa attends our Child-Friendly Space where our staff informs girls about the dangers of child trafficking.