Virtual Advocacy Summit

Save the Children volunteer advocates sent a powerful message that constituents care about this issue.
Save the Children volunteer advocates sent a powerful message that constituents care about this issue.

Children are the future. But many children cannot meet their basic needs or get the protection they deserve today. These children cannot vote, and their voices alone are too soft or distant to reach those who can help. And so their struggles continue.

You have the power to change that. You can be a voice for children.

Hundreds of Save the Children activists will be meeting with the White House and Members of Congress on April 10-11 during our Advocacy Summit. You can be an online advocate – and get in on the action using your computer or phone during our free, virtual event. Online highlights include:

• Live video of issue experts, media mavens and cultural leaders about the greatest challenges facing children today. Submit questions via Twitter #SaveKidsQ&A or email advocacy@savechildren.org

• A “power-hour” of action-packed programs so you can learn about the issues and use online tools to tell Congress you support our cause as your fellow activists are meeting with legislators on Capitol Hill. 

• Tweet with @SavetheChildren and follow #savekids to chat - and see the latest photos, videos, posts and more from our dynamic event booths.

• Release of a “Thunderclap”, a Twitter and Facebook activity, that can push kids issues to the top of the social media!

Together, we’ll make sure our leaders in Washington are doing all they can to keep kids safe. RSVP online by signing up today.

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