Deadly and destructive flooding across eastern Kentucky is putting children at great risk, threatening their homes, schools and communities.
Right now, Save the Children’s emergency response team is mobilizing to help meet the most urgent needs of children living in some of the areas hardest hit. Your donation can help support this life-saving work.
We work in the hardest-to-reach places, where it’s toughest to be a child.
When you give to Save the Children, 85% of every dollar goes straight to our mission to provide lifesaving relief to children.
- $50 can provide enough food to keep 3 children from going hungry for a month
- $150 can wrap 30 warm, cozy blankets around children affected by conflict
- $300 can provide 150 face masks to refugee health workers on the front lines
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