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How Your Advocacy Action Can Help Kids Affected By Disaster Like Hurricane Sandy

As vulnerable children struggle in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Save the Children is supporting them with essential assistance. We’re providing nutritious snacks, diapers, clothes, blankets and baby cribs, as well as activities that can help children cope emotionally. Our emergency relief experts are also helping keep kids safe in the shelters. You can help raise awareness about children’s issues by spreading the word about #IVOTE4KIDS.

Be their voice by making sure that America's leaders put kids first on the national agenda. All kids deserve a happy, healthy childhood.

That's why Save the Children is asking you to tweet the President. Tell President Barack Obama that we want kids to be the real winners this election season.

Sample tweet:
@barackobama Put kids 1st! Please support programs to help kids grow up happy and healthy. #ivote4kids

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In fiscal year 2012, 89 percent of all expenditures went to program services. That percentage is an average for all Save the Children’s programs worldwide; the percentage spent in any particular program may vary.
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