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.
In collaboration with Save the Children, The Walt Disney Company has made very significant commitments to emergency preparedness, response, and recovery efforts throughout the world. With Disney’s assistance, we are engaging children to work on disaster preparedness plans with their families in places like China, Peru and India; and we are prepositioning supplies to bring relief to affected families as soon as an emergency strikes.
During response and recovery efforts, Disney has helped us to provide immediate support to children in crisis, including generous contributions for the Haitian Earthquake, Hurricane Sandy in the eastern U.S., Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines and the Nepal Earthquakes.
Disney also contributes to advance our disaster preparedness work. Disney VoluntEARS have prepared backpacks for our Get Ready, Get Safe program for children affected by Hurricane Sandy and the company has also developed an Emergency Preparedness Activity Book for our international disaster preparedness programs.
ExxonMobil has partnered with Save the Children since 2005 to strengthen international education and community development initiatives, helping to provide a quality education and advance learning in underserved regions. The ExxonMobil Foundation has funded long-term projects in Egypt, Angola and Indonesia. Their support has helped build schools and provides girls and women with equal opportunities to acquire life and economic skills to support their families. Altogether the Foundation and ExxonMobil employees have contributed over $7 million to Save the Children.
Save the Children and Google have worked together in the U.S., Latin America, the Middle East and Europe. In total, Google has supported Save the Children with more than $5 million in donations to our child-centered humanitarian and development programs, with a strong focus on global emergency response. We have collaborated on multiple emergencies and have benefited from Google technology, such as Google Maps and Google Earth as well as customized solutions for responses which benefitted all NGO’s during the Nepal Earthquake as well as the European Refugee Crisis. Notably, Google supported Save the Children’s response to the Ebola crisis through a public-facing 2:1 match campaign promoted on their Google search page in the U.S. Google supported Save the Children’s response to the European Refugee crisis similarly, with a public 1:1 match campaign alongside their other NGO partners. Google has also supported Save the Children’s efforts to promote Internet safety among school-age children in Latin America, and we have benefited from Google employee engagement through the company’s annual “Googleserve” activities, and pro-bono engineering support around the world. Google also participates as an advisory member of Save the Children’s global Humanitarian Leadership Academy, which seeks to improve the emergency response capacity of domestic NGO’s in targeted regions around the world. In 2015, Save the Children presented Google with an award for their leadership commitment to supporting our work during times of crisis.
Keurig Green Mountain has teamed up with Save the Children to fund sustainable development programs and bring food security to families in coffee-growing communities in places like Bolivia, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador 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 and their access to markets, improve food availability and storage, and farm in a more productive and environmentally friendly way, giving them the tools they need to live a better life. By mobilizing communities to help themselves and each other, and with an emphasis on involving women and youth in the economic development of their communities, Keurig Green Mountain's goal is to create a sustainable future for coffee farmers and their families
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The Mattel Children’s Foundation and Save the Children first partnered in 2005, and we continue to work together improving the lives of children in some of the poorest places in the world. With nearly $9 million in total giving, The Mattel Children's Foundation has supported Save the Children's basic education and early childhood development programs in China, Indonesia, the U.S. and Mexico. Mattel also has a history of generously supporting Save the Children’s emergency responses and providing toys and games to children in our programs across the globe. Learn More
MNI Targeted Media Inc., a Time Inc. company, is a proud partner for Save the Children, donating more than $5,000,000 worth of PSA ad space in some of the country’s most popular titles, including Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, Time, Real Simple, Food & Wine, Rachael Ray Every Day, Elle Décor, and Money. With these pages, Save the Children is able to connect with extensive audiences across the country, sharing their mission and educating readers about the invaluable work they do to improve children’s lives across the globe, and right here at home.
Since 2010, MNI has been able to deliver Save the Children’s ads in almost 173 million subscriber magazines, and we look forward to continuing to collaborate with MNI and the country’s most popular magazines to help raise awareness about our key initiatives.
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.
In 2010 PepsiCo Foundation partnered with Save the Children for three years in southeastern Kentucky and collaborated with 13 schools across five rural school districts in isolated and under-resourced pockets of poverty to promote healthy lifestyles and good nutrition to over 5,000 children. Save the Children was often the only service provider in these rural counties that rank among Kentucky’s poorest, as well as the lowest in health outcomes. We implemented innovative nutrition and wellness activities in partnership with targeted schools and communities. Save the Children is proud to say that the PepsiCo Foundation’s funding not only reached individual children, but also had a profound impact on the infrastructure of each participating school.
We then took the “lessons learned” from our success in Kentucky and replicated them as an added layer of enrichment for Save the Children’s Healthy Choices programming across a broader swath of America. PepsiCo Foundation renewed its commitment to the Healthy Choices program for three years, from 2013-2016. Through this expanded program Save the Children is reaching over 12,000 children in 146 schools in 14 states and the District of Columbia with the successful, replicable elements of the PepsiCo Foundation project in Kentucky. The communities in which Save the Children works across the country are isolated, impoverished and under-resourced. The Healthy Choices program aims to increase children’s access to healthy foods, opportunities for physical activity and knowledge of healthy eating.
In the past the PepsiCo Foundation generously partnered on our child survival and well-being programs in India and Bangladesh and also supported Save the Children’s child-focused emergency work in Japan, Pakistan and Haiti following major natural disasters in those countries, as well as our responses to a hunger emergency in West Africa. The Frito-Lay Foundation in Latin America supported our nutrition education, school-based water and sanitation and food security programming in Guatemala and Mexico. In addition, PepsiCo employees around the world have provided funds to Save the Children through their employee matching gift programs since 1997.
Each spring, apparel manufacturer and retailer PVH has supported Save the Children's U.S. and international education and child protection programs through its annual PVH Cares initiative, which is promoted in approximately 700 of the group's outlet stores nationwide. Customers of PVH's Van Heusen, IZOD, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger outlet stores are encouraged to donate between $1 and $25 to the campaign when checking out at the store register. The company has also supported Save the Children's work in large-scale disasters such the tsunami in Japan and the tornadoes in Oklahoma in 2013, by hosting customer-focused in-store fundraising campaigns to raise critical contributions for Save the Children's relief efforts.
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.
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 back-to-school time period, as well as the sale of branded Save the Children merchandise and reusable shopping bags 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.
Toys"R"Us, Inc. and the Toys"R"Us Children's Fund have a long-standing partnership with Save the Children to help ensure the safety of children in shelters and to support their emotional recovery in the wake of large-scale crises. Together, they have contributed more than $4.3 million in products and monetary grants to our programs that support the youngest victims of natural disasters, such as Hurricane Sandy, the earthquake and tsunami in Japan and the tsunami in Southeast Asia. Toys"R"Us received a Corporate Recognition for Humanitarian Assistance honor for its disaster response work with Save the Children from InterAction, a coalition of U.S.-based international nongovernmental organizations focused on the world's poorest and most vulnerable people. In addition, the group's Bundled in Hope campaign, which benefits Save the Children's U.S. Programs, raised more than $2 million in cash donations in Toys"R"Us, Inc. stores and provided nearly $600,000 in grant funding from the Toys"R"Us Children's Fund, and helped deliver thousands of baby blankets to children in need across America. Expanding on their commitment, Toys''R''Us has introduced a reusable bag in stores, showcasing the artwork of a young child. One dollar from the purchase of each bag benefits Save the Children's Domestic Emergency Fund. Monies raised through this initiative will further strengthen disaster preparedness programs and relief efforts in the U.S. In conjunction with this initiative, the Toys''R''Us Children's Fund made a $100,000 donation to the Domestic Emergency Fund.
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, in six countries. In Phase I and II the program was implemented in China, Kenya, the Philippines, Tajikistan, Vietnam and Indonesia. This program provided a comprehensive school health, oral health, and nutrition program in six countries, and gave health training to thousands of teachers.
In 2015, the Wrigley Company Foundation renewed its commitment to partner with Save the Children through our school health and nutrition programming to use the momentum gained from Phase I and II to launch a third phase in three countries: China, the Philippines and Viet Nam. Phase III programming is building on lessons learned in Phases I and II and has even stronger focus on oral health programming. Together we are leveraging the learnings from our previous work in each country – and across countries – to expand and refine oral health programming and increase our oral health beneficiary reach. This Phase is estimated to reach 193,000 beneficiaries over one year in China, the Philippines and Viet Nam.