Get Ready. Get Safe. Save the Children

Meet Our Partners

Save the Children is proud to partner with organizations and corporations to help ensure children are safe and protected when disaster strikes in the United States. All of our partners are vital to building our programs for children and caregivers, and we are grateful to each one for their unique contributions.

For more than a decade, Toys"R"Us has been a partner in Save the Children's emergency relief efforts, contributing more than $4 million to support recovery in the U.S. and abroad. Expanding on its commitment to Save the Children, Toys"R"Us has introduced a reusable bag in its stores –– with $1 from the purchase of each bag benefiting Save the Children.

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Toys "R" Us

For more than a decade, Toys"R"Us has been a critical partner in Save the Children’s emergency relief efforts, contributing more than $4 million to support emergency recovery in the U.S. and abroad, including the earthquake in Haiti, the earthquake and tsunami in Japan and most recently to help the littlest victims of Hurricane Sandy and the 2013 Oklahoma tornadoes. Expanding on its commitment to Save the Children, Toys"R"Us has introduced a reusable bag in its stores –– showcasing the artwork of a young child –– with $1 from the purchase of each bag benefiting 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. By purchasing this bag at your local Toys"R"Us store, you too can help children and families during times of crisis. In conjunction with this initiative, the Toys"R"Us Children's Fund has made a $100,000 donation to the Save the Children Domestic Emergency Fund.


Carter's

Carter’s supports Save the Children’s emergency response work here in the U.S. and around the world. When Hurricane Sandy displaced thousands of families in New York and New Jersey, Carter’s donated new clothing to keep children living in shelters warm and comfortable. After tornadoes devastated Moore, Oklahoma in 2013, the Carter’s team sprang into action, raising money at regional stores and donating time to clean up a damaged child care center. And when they aren’t responding, Carter’s employees are preparing; packing thousands of Carters’ Cares Kids Comfort Kits that are filled with a three-day supply of new clothing for children living in shelters following an emergency. These kits are designed to bring comfort to families and their children who often arrive with only the clothes on their back. They are pre-positioned so that, when the next disaster strikes, clothing supplies can quickly reach children who need them most.


Community Safety Foundation

Save the Children has teamed up with the Community Safety Foundation, funded by CSAA Insurance, a AAA Insurer, to help equip child care providers with the skills they need to best protect children during disasters. Knowing that millions of parents entrust their children to child care programs each day, the foundation is sponsoring Child Care Emergency Preparedness trainings in six key regions where they operate in and around Colorado Springs, Las Vegas, Oklahoma City, Phoenix, San Francisco, and Southern New Jersey. The trainings will be offered free of charge to more than 1,000 child care providers, keeping tens of thousands of children across these regions safe from harm.


National Foundation for Sustainable Parks and Recreation (NFSPR) and GP RED

Together these organizations are partnering with Save the Children to help ensure kids will be safe during emergencies no matter where they are. When disaster strikes, parks and recreation facilities are often used as shelters and their programming is essential to restoring normalcy to a community and facilitating recovsery. Together, Save the Children, NFSPR and GP Red are training an Operation Recreation Response Volunteer Corps, encouraging families and caregivers to prepare, and to ensuring emergency plans are in place to help communities bounce back quickly and more resilient.


Primrose Schools

Primrose Schools is an accredited private preschool that, as the Leader in Educational Child Care®, partners with parents to help children build the right foundation for future learning and life. With Save the Children, Primrose is helping families and communities instill the importance of personal responsibility and safety from the very start of children’s lives; hosting safety- themed Spring Fling events across the country and engaging parents through a monthly 360 Parenting blog post on preparedness.