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All across the globe, children are dying from preventable causes, missing out on education due to poverty or gender, suffering from violence, exploitation and neglect and are vulnerable in times of crisis. In every corner of the world, children need a strong voice to stand up for them, work on their behalf and make their lives better.
Since 1998, American Express has supported Save the Children not only with donations for emergency relief and recovery efforts during times of crisis, but also with cause promotion, pro bono engagement, employee giving campaigns, grants for leadership development training and digital transformation. The mission of the American Express philanthropic program brings to life the company's deeply held belief in good corporate citizenship by supporting communities in ways that resonate with the company's employees, customers, business partners and other stakeholders. Their ongoing and generous support exemplifies this commitment.
For over a decade, Bank of America has stood with Save the Children, as a steadfast supporter of our emergency response efforts in the U.S. and around the world. In line with the Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s commitment to address needs that are vital to the health of a community, their support enables us to get urgent and immediate help to those most vulnerable in times of crisis. Examples of their recent support include the 2016 earthquakes in Ecuador and Japan as well as Save the Children’s Children on the Move response in Europe. From the Ebola Crisis in West Africa to the Tsunami that caused massive destruction across Asia in 2005, Bank of America has contributed to our response efforts in every corner of the globe. Our partnership trajectory spans beyond disaster response, including a multi-year project to train community health workers to improve health outcomes in Brazil, Malawi, India and the U.S.
As a leading global medical products company, Baxter operates at the critical intersection where innovations that save and sustain lives meet the healthcare providers that make it happen. Through a $1M grant, the Baxter International Foundation is partnering with Save the Children to provide emergency relief to communities battling the COVID-19 pandemic. Save the Children is working around the world to provide supplies, training, and information to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic and support communities in-need.
BlackRock recognizes the magnitude of need in supporting large-scale humanitarian efforts. Since 2015, BlackRock has supported Save the Children’s response to the Syrian refugee crisis in the Middle East, with a focus on educating displaced and refugee children inside Syria and Iraq. Over the past five years, BlackRock’s support for Syria’s children has helped us reach kids who had to flee their homes for an unknown future. In 2017, BlackRock also supported the launch of the Global Emergency Response Coalition, a lifesaving humanitarian alliance made up of eight of the world’s largest U.S.-based international aid organizations, whose unified goal is to work collectively to deliver relief to millions of children and families in need. Save the Children is grateful to BlackRock for stepping forward to help girls and boys struggling in some of the most difficult places to be a child.
Boston Consulting Group (BCG) has partnered with Save the Children since 2006.
Over the course of our partnership, BCG consultants have collaborated with Save the Children on strategic, operational, and organizational issues. This includes building medium to long-term strategies, improving effectiveness and efficiency, country operations, fundraising, and advocacy.
BCG's partnership supports:
- Project work- BCG conducts multiple strategic projects each year across the entire Save the Children movement to support our highest priorities
- Secondments- BCG consultants can dedicate up to a year working for Save the Children around the world, based on organizational needs
- Board participation- BCG consultants serve on multiple Save the Children boards around the world, providing strategic guidance and support in various aspects of the organization
With generous support from Bristol-Myers Squibb, Save the Children has been working in Zimbabwe and Ethiopia to combat tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS, and educate communities in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV programs. The project aims to improve community awareness and knowledge about TB – its cause, transmission and prevention, as well as the importance of early detection and completion of treatment. Save the Children has been using our Maternal and Newborn Child Health platform to integrate TB prevention alongside Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV/AIDS activities, working vigorously to enhance community knowledge to bring about improved care-seeking and, as a result, case detection, prevention and treatment.
School Health & Nutrition
As part of its mission to nourish the world, Cargill works with Save the Children to improve the nutritional and physical well-being of children in primary schools in Thailand. The 50 Healthy Schools project kicked off in 2018 and aims to improve opportunities for children to learn about nutrition, improve opportunities for physical activity and strengthen systems within schools to promote nutrition and physical activity. A similar project, All Children SHINE, kicks off in the Philippines later in 2020.
Strengthening Cocoa Communities
An exciting and growing part of our partnership with Cargill is to support the Cargill Cocoa Promise, a commitment to accelerate progress towards a transparent global cocoa supply chain to enable farmers and their communities to thrive while growing cocoa sustainably. Together, we enable communities to monitor the welfare and safety of children as well as to take preventive and responsive measures against any issues that can affect children’s growth and development and their access to health and nutrition services, education and protection from harm. We are working together to address child protection issues, including the risk of child labor in cocoa communities in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Together, we are empowering cocoa communities in Cote D’Ivoire by improving the social and economic status of young men and women. This includes technical and vocational training, and entrepreneurship skills training.
Carnival Corporation & plc is a long-standing emergency partner of Save the Children. They have generously supported our humanitarian responses to many large natural disasters, including the Asian and Japanese Tsunamis, the Haitian Earthquake, Hurricanes Sandy, Katrina and Harvey, Typhoon Haiyan, Vanuatu, Nepal Earthquakes and the Louisiana Floods. During the Vanuatu relief, Carnival generously donated space aboard their ships to mobilize relief supplies to the areas affected by the storms. During Hurricane Katrina, Carnival offered space in the Doc Holiday Bar aboard the Holiday Cruise Ship to use as an infant care room and child care center. The center served about 70 children daily while docked in Mobile, Alabama.
Carter's looks for opportunities to nurture and protect children and to build communities in which children can thrive, focusing on those needs where their strengths and resources are best able to bring about meaningful and positive change.
Since 2012, Carter’s has worked with Save the Children in times of crisis in the U.S. and around the world to help children, families and communities in the aftermath of a disaster. In 2017, Carter’s activated their store network and Foundation to support Save the Children’s response to the devastating hurricanes in Houston, Florida and Puerto Rico.
As one of the world’s most trusted international life insurance brokers, Charles Monat Associates helps high net worth individuals, families and businesses plan ahead with peace of mind that guarantee the continuity of their life’s work. Through a $3.25M grant, Charles Monat Associates is partnering Save the Children to prevent and treat pneumonia in children who live in underserved communities in Indonesia, China and Bangladesh – and help provide them with a more secure tomorrow. Through this partnership, we will aim to reach those children most in need, to address global health disparities and end preventable child deaths.
Cherry Hill Programs serves as the Santa and Bunny Photo Experience provider for leading shopping centers, retailers, and hotels. Since 2011, donations have been collected at its venues to support Save the Children’s early childhood education, literacy, health and emergency preparedness programs in the United States. One guest and one act of giving at a time, each act of generosity has resulted in donations totaling more than $1.4 million. In addition to financially supporting these programs, Cherry Hill Programs brightens the spirits of underserved children, delivering gifts and messages about the importance of reading to Save the Children program sites across the United States. Save the Children’s domestic programs strive to ensure that children in need are ready to succeed by the time they begin school, to thrive academically and developmentally, and to lead healthy and active lives. Cherry Hill Programs is a vital partner in making that a reality.
Cisco has worked with Save the Children for more than 20 years, sharing its expertise and belief that technology creates a world of potential. Early on, in 2001, we co-developed NetHope, a global consortium of nonprofit organizations that specializes in improving IT connectivity among humanitarian organizations in developing countries and disaster-affected areas. Today, Cisco and Save the Children continue to work to improve life for girls and boys around the world. In Asia, we’re partnering to keep children in Bangladesh, Indonesia, Nepal and Thailand engaged in education during COVID-19. By harnessing the power of technology like registration and attendance tracking apps and multi-media devices for classrooms, we’re supporting children, caregivers and governments in keeping learning alive and preparing for the safe return to schools. In Latin America, our partnership with Cisco is connecting children and adolescents impacted by migration and displacement in Mexico and Colombia to new learning opportunities that equip them with the skills needed to be successful in a digital age.
Citi Foundation has been supporting Save the Children's programs around the world since the 1990s. We're proud to say Citi is one of our longest-standing corporate partners. Together we have implemented projects in Education, Emergency Response, HIV/AIDS, Youth Livelihoods, Financial Education and Microfinance in many countries throughout the developing world. Most recently, we have focused our joint efforts in programs that aim to unlock the potential of youth as income-earners and contributors to the social fabric of their communities. Through these programs, we strive to give youth a voice in their future by providing access to high-quality vocational training and financial education workshops to strengthen their vocational skills, life skills and, ultimately, their employability.
Cummins Inc. and the Cummins Foundation have partnered with Save the Children since 2011 to ensure that children in emergency situations have access to quality education in a safe and protective learning environment. With their critical support, Cummins Inc. has enabled us to respond to acute and chronic crises around the globe through direct intervention and preparedness strategies. Thanks to their support, we were able to provide direct and immediate assistance to children and families impacted by Cyclone Idai in Mozambique, flooding in India, the earthquakes in Indonesia and the Philippines and Hurricanes Maria and Florence. Cummins employees have also shown great dedication to Save the Children, and have generously supported our emergency-response activities through workplace giving and employee engagement efforts.
In 2018, Cummins launched its Cummins Powers Women program, a landmark community initiative committed to the advancement and prosperity of women and girls around the world. As part of this program, Save the Children was one of eight global nonprofits as part of the program to accelerate gender equality. We worked together in Germany to improve the future prospects of refugee women and girls through a holistic psychosocial program aimed to self-empower and increase their resilience.
The Dollar General Literacy Foundation recognizes that it’s never too late to learn. They have awarded millions of dollars in grants to literacy organizations that have helped individuals learn how to read – and believes that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to receive a basic education. Since 2018, Dollar General has supported our vital summer programs, SummerBoost Camp and KinderBoost, in rural Tennessee – and in 2020, donated $2 million to Save the Children’s COVID-19 response efforts across rural America. These vital funds help to ensure children continue to learn and have access to nutritious foods during the ongoing and unprecedented school closures – and provides the critical educational resources for children and their families to thrive.
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As a global learning company, HMH recognizes the critical role that education plays in breaking the cycle of poverty. HMH partners with Save the Children to provide quality educational resources to teachers and students in underserved communities in order to improve outcomes for children of all backgrounds. Through annual book donations from HMH, Save the Children is able to put high-quality books into the hands and homes of children – the impact of which is immeasurable. HMH also supports Save the Children’s emergency responses by providing high quality children’s books to help communities rebuild after natural disasters like Hurricanes Harvey and Matthew. In support of Save the Children’s COVID-19 response in the U.S., HMH has provided tens of thousands of books to benefit children and families.
PayPal has partnered with Save the Children since 2004 to help give children the right start. Through the PayPal Giving Fund, individuals can support Save the Children’s mission and donate to emergency response efforts during times of crisis. PayPal is a pioneer in the digital space, raising awareness and mobilizing customers to transform the lives of children and the future we share.
Since 2013, Primrose Schools has supported Save the Children through program giving, curriculum projects, emergency relief support and the U.S. child sponsorship program. Together, Primrose and Save the Children have provided access to quality early childhood education to underserved children in the U.S., advocated for disaster preparedness and child safety, and supported U.S. families affected by natural disasters. With over $1M in total giving, Primrose Schools Children’s Foundation has contributed to every major Save the Children disaster response since 2013, Primrose Schools has taught 70,000+ families about emergency preparedness, supported emergency responses reaching more than 2 million children and families since 2017, and sponsored over 1,500 children through the Primrose Promise Pals program.
Sony Corporation teamed up with Save the Children in response to the massive 2011 earthquake in Japan to create the Restart Japan Aid Project. This collaboration leveraged their tremendous resources to help the people of Japan rebuild their lives. Since 2014, Sony Corporation of America, on behalf of all of its U.S. operating companies, has underpinned the most critical needs of children in crisis by supporting our Children's Emergency Fund. The Company has also directly supported numerous emergency response efforts around the world, including the 2017 hurricanes. As a longstanding supporter, Sony Corporation actively engages its employees in annual volunteer opportunities with Save the Children, further upholding the mission of the organization.
Thanks to Target's generosity and partnership with Save the Children, children in India have access to child-focused, inclusive teaching environments. In China, early childhood care and development is improving for the children of migrants.
Target has previously worked with Save the Children to increase school retention in communities that grow coffee for its exclusive Archer Farms brand. As part of its commitment to disaster relief, Target has supported Save the Children's response to numerous catastrophic events, including Hurricanes Irma, Maria, as well as Save the Children’s response and recovery efforts to South Asia floods in 2017.
Ulta Beauty knows that in order to ensure a bright future, children need access to early learning opportunities and protection from harm. Since 2017, Ulta Beauty has supported Save the Children’s U.S. early education and domestic emergency response efforts. Ulta Beauty launched their Mother’s Day in-store, at-register campaign in 2019, raising over $1.1M to provide children in the U.S. with access to early childhood education, literacy, health, and emergency relief programs. As a part of its commitment to disaster relief, Ulta Beauty has supported Save the Children’s responses to numerous disasters including Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.
Western Union and Save the Children have been partners since 2010. Our partnership began when Save the Children became a beneficiary of Western Union’s 50 Days of Giving Holiday promotion. Since then, Western Union has generously supported disaster relief for many humanitarian crises, including the Haiti Earthquake, Pakistan Earthquake, Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, Flooding in India, Ebola Relief and the Syrian Refugee Response, among others. Western Union also supports moving money in humanitarian settings through their NGO Global Pay product. In 2014, their support grew to also include supporting youth employment programming in the Philippines by providing vocational training to youth to help them start a business or find a job. In 2016, Western Union announced Save the Children as their new anchor partner in Asia for youth employment programming across China, India and the Philippines, expected to reach 3,500 women and youth. Western Union is committed to disaster relief and their Education for Better initiative, which has an ambitious goal to train 50,000 women and youth around the globe.
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