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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TOMS

TOMS

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.

Learn More About Our Partnership With TOMS


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Western Union Foundation

Western Union Foundation

In celebration of International Women’s Day, the Western Union Foundation and Save the Children announce a new partnership to provide at-risk women and youth with vocational and technical training, financial literacy, and entrepreneurship training in China, India and the Philippines over the next five years.

Toys"R"Us

Toys'R'Us

Toys''R''Us, Inc. and the Toys''R''Us Children's Fund have supported Save the Children's efforts to help give American children in need a healthy start, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm.

Build-A-Bear Workshop

Build-A-Bear Workshop

When you give from your heart, you can truly change the world. Every day, children across the country are exposed to stressful home environments, community violence, natural disasters and other traumatic experiences. Their physical, mental and emotional well-being is at risk. The Build-A-Bear Foundation is proud to partner with Save the Children to make sure these children are safe, protected and have the tools they need to thrive.

For a complete list Save the Children's corporate partners click here.

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