Featured Partners

Save the Children invests in childhood – not only in times of crisis, but every day – because an investment in children is an investment in the future. We work with leading companies across a variety of industry sectors on multi-faceted partnerships to benefit children and families in the U.S. and around the world, thereby creating a better future for us all.

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T.J. Maxx

As one of the world’s most iconic chocolate brands, Godiva Chocolatier believes that protecting children is a shared responsibility across the cocoa industry.

In 2014, Godiva launched a multiyear maternal and child health partnership with Save the Children to improve outcomes for vulnerable populations. Our project work takes place in Côte d’Ivoire, specifically in those communities where Godiva sources some of its cocoa. The program concentrates on improving the quality of health care by building the capacity of frontline health workers and facilities, creating demand for services and advocating for stronger health policies and functional systems in cocoa-producing communities. Over the course of this partnership, employees of Godiva have also supported Save the Children with fundraising initiatives and events.

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T.J Maxx

T.j. Maxx

Save the Children and T.J.Maxx have worked together for over 30 years improving the lives of hundreds of thousands of children in the United States.



A huge thanks to our partners at RB and Lysol who have teamed up with Save the Children and Scholastic to provide fun and informative safety activities inspired by the film Ice Age: Collision Course.



From May 16 to June 12, 2016, PVH hosted their annual campaign in outlet stores in the U.S. and Canada, giving associates and customers the opportunity to engage in their partnership with Save the Children by raising funds and awareness to improve access to early education in the U.S. and around the world.



TOMS and Save the Children have been working together since 2011 to improve health and education outcomes for children in the United States and around the world. Anchored in a joint commitment to reach 1 million women and children over the next three years, our partnership continues to expand its focus both geographically and also in alignment with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

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