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Corporate Partners: $5 Million and Above Lifetime Giving
Chevron Corporation joined forces with Save the Children to help restore childcare centers in hard-hit areas of Mississippi following Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The company’s $2 million contribution to Save the Children supported the construction of two new child care centers in Mississippi's Harrison and Hancock Counties.
Currently, Chevron also supports Save the Children's micro-enterprise programs in Vietnam, basic education programs in Bangladesh, immunization programs in China, and provides basic necessities to Syrian refugee children in Iraq. Chevron remains committed to Save the Children's disaster relief efforts, having contributed to our emergency response efforts following monsoon flooding in Pakistan in 2010, Typhoon Ketsana in the Philippines in 2009, and Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar, as well as hurricanes Gustav and Ike in the U.S. in 2008.
Keurig Green Mountain is teaming up with Save the Children to fund sustainable development programs and bring food security to families in the coffee-growing communities of Bolivia, Honduras, Nicaragua and Indonesia. Keurig Green Mountain is committed to strengthening food security and economic development for families who depend on coffee production. They are helping farmers increase the diversity of their crops, improve food storage systems and bring crops to market, with the ultimate goal of avoiding times of severe food shortages, known locally as "los Meses Flacos" or “the Lean Months.” By mobilizing communities to help themselves and each other, and with an emphasis on involving women in the economic development of their communities, Keurig Green Mountain's goal is to create a sustainable future for coffee farmers and their families.
View the film trailer for "After the Harvest," a documentary on "los Meses Flacos," featuring Save the Children programs in Nicaragua.
Since partnering with Save the Children in 2004, the Mattel Foundation and Mattel, Inc. have contributed nearly $8 million to Save the Children's programs around the world. The Mattel Children's Foundation has supported Save the Children's basic education and early childhood development programs, as well as our newborn and child survival campaign. To mark the 30th anniversary of the Mattel Children's Foundation in 2008, more than 700 Mattel employees sponsored 254 children worldwide through Save the Children. To celebrate the 40th anniversary of the UNO card game in 2011, Mattel selected Save the Children as its charity partner. In addition, Mattel has generously provided toys and games to children in Save the Children programs across the globe. At present, Mattel supports our early childhood programming in China and our Early Steps to School Success in the U.S. Mattel has been a steadfast partner during times of disaster, having contributed to Save the Children's response to the tsunami of 2004 in Indonesia, the 2008 cyclone in Myanmar, the 2008 earthquake in China and the 2008 flooding in Bihar, India, and the earthquakes in Haiti and Chile in 2010. In early 2011, Mattel became Save the Children's first Corporate Partner for Children in Emergencies though a pledge to support the agency's disaster risk reduction activities, pre-position relief supplies, build response capacity through training and innovative uses of technology, and support our emergency response efforts in the U.S. and around the world.
Media Networks, Inc., a Time, Inc. company, is committed to giving back and helping others. MNI provides Save the Children with complementary public service advertisement placements in support of our most important initiatives. MNI is pleased to spotlight Save the Children in its powerhouse magazines such as: Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, The Week and Time. Over the years, MNI employees presented Save the Children staff with hundreds of baby caps knitted by colleagues at MNI's Stamford, Connecticut headquarters. Save the Children distributed these caps to pregnant women, new moms, and their babies in our programs in Latin America.
Merck is a major supporter of Save the Children's Everyone Campaign and Newborn Child Survival program. With Merck’s support and generous funding, Save the Children is training 10,000 frontline health workers in Pakistan and Nepal to provide life-saving maternal, newborn and child health services and practices to mothers and children. This will move us significantly closer to our 2015 global goal of training 400,000 frontline health workers, our commitment to the global health world toward achieving Millennium Development Goals 4 and 5. Additionally, through this partnership, Save the Children and Merck will dramatically enhance the awareness of and commitment to addressing MDGs 4 and 5 and contribute to the UN’s Every Woman, Every Child strategy by communicating about the life-saving role of frontline health workers around the world. These activities will increase and leverage awareness for our shared commitment to the health MDGs and frontline health worker trainings among international stakeholders, influential policy makers, Merck employees and the public.
The Mondelēz International Foundation and its global community partners are working together toward the common goal of fostering environments that allow children and families to adopt lifelong healthy habits. In Italy, Mondelēz has partnered with Save the Children to bring 'Ready, Steady, Go', a healthy lifestyles program in 10 cities. This four-year program will reach 65,000 children, families and educators with education on nutrition, improved access to physical activities, and the renovation of indoor and outdoor spaces to promote active play. In India, Save the Children and Magic Bus are teaming up to promote active play including sports development, nutrition education and growing fresh foods to about 140,000 children and families across India. The program will work alongside parents, educators and community health workers to help improve children’s nutrition and health, encourage sports and play and train youth leaders. Mondelez also generously supported children and families in the Philippines who were affected by Typhoon Haiyan.
Mondelēz International is a successful new company born from the demerger from Kraft Foods in October 2012. Under the Kraft banner, the company provided Save the Children with assistance in the Philippines and Indonesia to support community-based meal distribution and nutrition education programs, in Mexico with healthy lifestyles program, and in El Salvador and Guatemala with education programs, and globally with disaster relief efforts.
The PepsiCo Foundation has generously provided a three-year, $5 million grant to Save the Children to help ensure the survival and well-being of children living in rural India and Bangladesh. These two countries alone are home to 40 percent of the world's malnourished children. With support from the PepsiCo Foundation, Save the Children — alongside its local and national partners — is working to decrease child mortality and malnutrition in both locations.
The combined global resources of the PepsiCo Foundation and Save the Children are making a profound difference in the lives of 600,000 children under the age 5, as well as mothers and pregnant or lactating women. With our assistance, nearly 2,000 frontline health workers in India and Bangladesh are providing thousands of these countries' poorest families with important information about health, nutrition, clean water, sanitation and simple hygiene practices. The PepsiCo Foundation's support is also helping to develop an evidence base on the positive impact of community case management addressing children's severe acute malnutrition in southern Bangladesh, an initiative in partnership with Tufts University. We plan to use the findings to urge the government of Bangladesh to include this innovative strategy for treating malnourished children in its national guidelines.
Additional Save the Children and PepsiCo Foundation initiatives are currently supporting child-focused emergency work in Japan, Pakistan and Haiti following extraordinary disasters in these countries, as well as our responses to a hunger emergency in West Africa. Further, the Frito-Lay Foundation in Latin America continues to support our nutrition education, school-based water and sanitation, and food security programming in Guatemala and Mexico. Since 1997, PepsiCo's employees around the world have also provided funds to Save the Children through their employee matching gift programs.
For 25 years, Scholastic and Save the Children have worked together to increase access to books for children living in poverty. Over the years, Scholastic has donated millions of books for use in our domestic literacy and early childhood education programs across the U.S. Scholastic and its employees have also supported our emergency response efforts around the world, including our responses to the 2010 Haitian earthquake, Hurricane Sandy in 2012 and the typhoon that struck the Philippines in late 2013.
Celebrating a 30-year partnership in 2014, T.J. Maxx has worked with Save the Children to improve the lives of hundreds of thousands of children in the United States. This unique partnership involves an annual in-store promotion during the back-to-school time period, as well as branded Save the Children merchandise and reusable shopping bags. T.J. Maxx also sponsors a U.S. child at each of their 1,000+ stores, allowing associates to see firsthand the value of their contributions.
TOMS is in business to help change lives. Known for their casual shoes and commitment to giving and innovation, they operate a One for One™ model: for every pair of TOMS shoes purchased, a pair of new shoes is given to a child in need. TOMS does this by shipping new, made-to-order shoes to Giving Partners all over the world. TOMS and Save the Children have worked together internationally since 2011 when we developed a strategy that integrates new shoes as part of our larger health, nutrition, education, and humanitarian response programs. Our partnership continues to grow, and just recently TOMS started giving in the United States with Save the Children. We now integrate shoe distributions into initiatives across multiple states and within programs in several countries.
With the help of their Giving Partners like Save the Children, TOMS has given more than 10 million pairs of new shoes to children in need.