Employee Engagement

Save the Children, the preeminent voice for children in the U.S. and around the world, offers tailored employee engagement opportunities to enhance corporate support and complement company values. Your employees will learn about your philanthropic commitments, Save the Children’s pioneering programs and leading advocacy effort, and how our organizations are working together to transform the lives of children, changing the course of their futures and ours.

A range of engagement opportunities involve employees at company-wide opportunities, team-based opportunities, and individual opportunities with varying degrees of commitment.

For more information. please contact Ashley Holt, Manager of Corporate Partnerships: 475.999.3183 or aholt@savechildren.org

If you have questions or would like to learn more about the activities, please contact corporate@savechildren.org.
Thank you for helping to create lasting positive change in the lives of children in need.

Company-Wide Opportunities

Workplace Giving & Matching Gifts

Save the Children can provide the tools and resources you need to create a giving campaign for employees. For example, we can offer employees a convenient opportunity to give via a co-branded online donation page and provide our creative assets, like web banners and brochures for internal communications.


Many companies partner with Save the Children to double their impact and incentivize employee giving through corporate matching gift programs.

Save the Children is also a member charity of Global Impact, Global Giving and United Way. If you don't see Save the Children in your local listing, you can write us in. Click here for more information!

Disaster Relief

Read our latest report: Children's Emergency Fund.

Save the Children can activate pre-positioned giving pages for employees to immediately make a difference at the onset of a disaster. These co-branded pages encourage employees to make a collective impact for children in the wake of a disaster. Click here for more information!

Child Sponsorship

Through Save the Children’s child sponsorship program, employees can sponsor children in the U.S. or around the world and help provide them with education and health services. Employees will establish a direct connection with their sponsored child by sharing letters and updates. Click here for more information!

Lunch & Learns

Save the Children staff and program experts are available to visit corporate offices and host presentations. Topics might include global health, hunger and education trends, updates on partnership projects, as well as frontline reporting from emergency response programs. Experts come prepared to engage employees with videos, photo essays and toolkits for an interactive experience.

Team-Based Opportunities

Community Fundraising Events

We invite employees to organize fundraising events to build awareness and generate funds to support Save the Children in the U.S. and around the world. Whether employees hold a fundraiser on their own or with teams, they can choose from a variety of ideas, such as:

  • Holiday Giving Tree or Make the World Better With a Sweater
  • Giving Tuesday
  • Relays or other athletic competitions.

Team Save the Children

Team Save the Children is our national endurance and fundraising program, for individuals and teams interested in participating in some of the most prestigious marathon, half-marathon and triathlon events in the country. Join Team Save the Children to guarantee race entry, while transforming children’s lives. Click here for more information!

Program Visits

We invite employee teams to visit select programs in the U.S. or at an international location where your company funds a program. Participants return with a strong connection to their company’s corporate social responsibility program and the people and projects it supports.

Individual Opportunities


Fellowships offer intensive, one-on-one experiences that enhance professional growth, business-learning and cross-cultural understanding for employees. Employees trained in a variety of disciplines can participate at Save the Children’s headquarters or various field locations. Key projects are identified to match the skills of selected employees which will immerse them in the field of international development.

Skill-Based Volunteering

Save the Children welcomes corporations and firms to lend their expertise and resources on a pro-bono basis. Partner with key Save the Children staff on a project-by-project basis to help provide marketing, business, and technology solutions.

Last Updated March 2014

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