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.

Check Out This Month's Featured Partner

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.

This unique partnership involves a nationwide annual in-store fundraising promotion during the month of August, as well as the sale of branded Save the Children merchandise throughout the year. Merchandise features children’s artwork, and a portion of the proceeds goes directly to Save the Children. T.J.Maxx has also been a supporter of Save the Children’s sponsorship programs, which allows employees to see firsthand the impact they make for children in the United States.

Find a T.J.Maxx store near you or contribute online.

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A brave group of RB employees participated in the 2017 Race Across America – a grueling 3,000 mile, 12-state transcontinental cycling race starting on the west coast and finishing on the east coast – while raising funds for our programs. A huge thanks to their team who has raised more than $138,000 for Save the Children.



Accenture’s commitment to collaborating with Save the Children to innovate took bold shape through generous investments to develop our youth employment programs into a Signature Program and leveraging technology for scale.

One World Play Project

One World Play Project

Since 2013, One World Play Project and Save the Children have been partners in bringing the transformative power of play to children living in disadvantaged communities around the world.

Wrigley Company Foundation

Wrigley Company Foundation Logo

The Wrigley Company Foundation joined forces with Save the Children in 2011 to support School Health and Nutrition programming with a focus on oral health.

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