$5 Million and Above Lifetime Giving
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.
Save the Children partners with local schools and communities to provide early education, school readiness and school-age literacy programs for children living in rural poverty across the United States.
American Girl supports Save the Children’s literacy program each year with a significant book donation. To date, American Girl has contributed more than $5 million in books and cash to help the organization develop students’ reading skills, and provide kids with the guidance and support they need to grow as readers.
Chevron and Save the Children are partnering to provide psychosocial support to 50,000 children affected by Hurricane Harvey that devastated the Houston region in late 2017. Journey of Hope is a child-informed and age-specific psychosocial program that draws on children’s strengths to support their resilience, while helping them understand their feelings. The program is also designed to build the resiliency of caregivers, giving them an outlet to process their emotions.
Chevron joined forces with Save the Children to help restore childcare centers in hard-hit areas of Mississippi following Hurricane Katrina in 2005. Chevron and Save the Children also partnered to provide disaster response programs following the 2010 monsoon flooding in Pakistan, 2009 Typhoon Ketsana in the Philippines, 2008 Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar, as well as the 2008 hurricanes Gustav and Ike in the U.S.
Chevron is currently partnering with Save the Children in Bangladesh on a nationally recognized basic non-formal education program and has supported micro-enterprise programs in Vietnam, immunization programs in China, and provided basic necessities to Syrian refugee children in Iraq.
We salute the creative ways in which Disney works to make a lasting difference in children’s lives. In 2016, we were pleased to be included in Marvel Studios: Hero Acts, a charitable program focused on bringing help and hope to kids around the world. Fans were invited to post photos to unlock donations for Save the Children. Donations helped provide much-needed educational programs for nearly 123,000 children in Nepal, Haiti and the U.S. In 2018, we partnered once again when Marvel Studios took on New York Fashion Week with “Black Panther: Welcome to Wakanda,” a celebration of fashion featuring 10 designers who contributed pieces inspired by the Marvel film. Labels including Chromat, Cushnie et Ochs, LaQuan Smith, Ikiré Jones, Sophie Theallet and TOME participated with custom-made looks which were auctioned off through Charity Buzz to raise funds for Save the Children.
In collaboration with Save the Children, The Walt Disney Company has made significant commitments to emergency preparedness, response and recovery efforts throughout the world. Together, we have engaged children to work on disaster preparedness plans with their families in places like China, Peru and India using a co-developed Emergency Preparedness Activity Book. Disney characters – combined with Save the Children emergency tools and tips – help get lifesaving information into the hands of children.
During response and recovery efforts, Disney’s support enabled us to respond faster by prepositioning supplies to bring relief to affected families. We worked together to create PSAs to help get information out to the public and engage them in supporting our efforts. Additionally, Disney has made generous contributions to several global emergencies including the 2010 Earthquake and 2016 Hurricane Matthew in Haiti, Hurricane Sandy in the eastern U.S., Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, and the Nepal Earthquakes. In 2017, Disney supported our response to Hurricane Irma in Florida, Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, and the earthquake in central Mexico.
Since 2005, ExxonMobil has supported Save the Children’s humanitarian response and community development initiatives within Angola, Iraq and Indonesia. In recent years, The ExxonMobil Foundation has invested in providing quality education and learning opportunities for underserved populations in Egypt. Our partnership focuses on improving literacy and life skills to enable women and girls to become catalysts for economic development.
Facebook’s collaboration with Save the Children has made an immeasurable impact on our emergency response for many years. In 2014, we worked with Facebook to launch a global campaign to help children and families affected by the Ebola outbreak. Through this effort, Facebook users were prompted to learn more about the Ebola epidemic, take action and donate. More than 50,000 Facebook users around the world supported the response effort at a critical time when lives were at risk in affected West Africa nations. During the 2015 monsoon flooding in Myanmar, Save the Children worked with Facebook to launch a regionally targeted campaign after the national government appealed to the global community for aid. This targeted call-to-action raised nearly $1 million in less than a week and provided urgently needed funds for this disaster. In 2015, Save the Children was proud to present Facebook with an award for their leadership commitment during times of crisis. In 2016, during #givingtuesday Save the Children was a proud launch partner for Facebook’s new generation of cause and social impact tools and in 2017 Facebook was a critical partner in raising more than $2 million – including a $1 million match – for our response to Hurricanes Maria and Irma in the US. Facebook also supported the launch of the “Global Emergency Response Coalition” in 2017 – a first-ever coalition of iNGO’s, including Save the Children – aiming to raise awareness and support for the famine in Nigeria, Somalia, Yemen, South Sudan and neighboring countries.
Save the Children and Google have worked together around the world for a number of years, and in total, Google has supported Save the Children with more than $5 million in donations to our child-centered humanitarian and development programs, with a strong focus on global emergency response. We have collaborated on multiple emergencies and have benefited from Google technology, such as Google Maps and Google Earth as well as customized solutions for responses, which benefitted all NGOs during the Nepal Earthquake and the European Refugee Crisis. Notably, Google supported Save the Children’s response to the Ebola crisis through a public-facing 2:1 match campaign promoted on their Google search page in the U.S. Similarly, Google supported Save the Children’s response to the European Refugee crisis, with a public 1:1 match campaign alongside their other NGO partners. Google supports Save the Children’s efforts to promote Internet safety among school-age children in Latin America. Plus, we’ve benefited from Google employee engagement through the company’s annual “Googleserve” activities, as well as pro-bono engineering support around the world. Google acts as an advisory member of Save the Children’s global Humanitarian Leadership Academy, which seeks to improve the emergency response capacity of domestic NGOs in targeted regions around the world. In 2015, Save the Children presented Google with an award for their leadership commitment to supporting our work during times of crisis. In 2017, Google supported the launch of the “Global Emergency Response Coalition,” a first-ever coalition of iNGO’s including Save the Children, aiming to raise awareness and support for the famine in Nigeria, Somalia, Yemen, South Sudan and neighboring countries.
The Mattel Children’s Foundation and Save the Children first partnered in 2005, and we continue to work together to improve the lives of children in some of the poorest places in the world. With nearly $10 million in total giving, The Mattel Children's Foundation has supported our basic education and early childhood development programs in China, India, Indonesia, Malawi, Mexico and the U.S. Mattel also has a history of generously supporting Save the Children’s emergency responses and providing toys and games to children in our programs across the globe.
MNI Targeted Media Inc. is honored to be a proud partner of Save the Children since 2010. As a partner, MNI provides Save the Children with PSA ad space in some of the country’s most popular titles, including Real Simple, Food & Wine, Rachael Ray Every Day, Elle Décor, Sports Illustrated, Time and Money. Through these pages, Save the Children is able to share with nearly 180 million subscribers their on-going commitment to improving the lives of children in the United States and around the world.
Merck is a major supporter of Save the Children's Newborn Child Survival program. With Merck’s help and generous funding, Save the Children is training 10,000 frontline health workers in Nepal to provide lifesaving maternal, newborn and child health services and practices to mothers and children. This will move us significantly closer to our global goal of training 500,000 frontline health workers, our commitment to the SDGs. Additionally, through this partnership, Save the Children and Merck will raise awareness of and commitment to reducing maternal and child mortality by communicating about the lifesaving role of frontline health workers around the world. These activities will increase and leverage awareness for our shared commitment to the critical need for frontline health worker trainings among international stakeholders, influential policy makers and the public.
The PepsiCo Foundation has generously partnered on Save the Children’s child survival and well-being programs in India and Bangladesh. They also supported our child-focused emergency work in Japan, Pakistan and Haiti following major natural disasters, and helped us respond to a hunger emergency in West Africa. In 2010, the PepsiCo Foundation partnered with us in southeastern Kentucky to promote healthy lifestyles and good nutrition to over 5,000 children in rural counties that rank among Kentucky’s poorest. We then took the lessons learned from that success and replicated them across a broader portion of America through our Healthy Choices programming.
The Frito-Lay Foundation in Latin America supported nutrition education, school-based water and sanitation, and food security programming in Guatemala and Mexico. In addition, PepsiCo employees around the world provided funds to Save the Children through their employee matching gift programs.
The Pfizer Foundation supports Save the Children’s much-needed efforts to improve access to childhood immunization and family planning services for women in Malawi, where millions of people make the equivalent of just $1 per day. “Life is hard there,” says Freda Lewis-Hall, MD, Pfizer’s Chief Medical Officer and Executive Vice President. “And the burden of poverty often falls heavily on women and children. The people of Malawi want what we want: a society marked by equality and opportunity. And that’s where we come in.”
Through our partnership, the Pfizer Foundation and Save the Children provide vital newborn services like checkups and immunizations, along with help and advice in family planning. With support from The Pfizer Foundation, we have successfully developed an integrated family planning and immunization program in Malawi – an approach that can be replicated in additional countries. The partnership incorporates innovative technology advancement to improve child health immunization, quality and scale in Malawi. “Our vision: keep families in Malawi healthy, and every new mother engaged in her future,” Dr. Lewis-Hall says. “At Pfizer, we believe that when it comes to healthcare, every individual matters.” Pfizer also has supported our health work in Nicaragua, Bolivia and Kenya, as well as sent skills-based volunteers to India and Vietnam to realize healthier futures for children.
Since 2005, PVH has supported Save the Children’s work and mission with nationwide, annual, in-store donation campaigns. Through its PVH Cares initiative, customers of PVH brand outlet stores like Calvin Klein, Tommy Hilfiger, Izod and Van Heusen are encouraged to donate between $1 and $25 to the campaign when checking out at the store register. In recent years, this campaign has helped raise over $350,000 for Save the Children’s U.S. and Early Education programming. The in-store, at-register giving campaign runs in the spring and again at the end of summer.
PVH Corporation provides millions of dollars in program support to focus on our Early Childhood Development work in the U.S., China, Bangladesh and India. In 2017, PVH expanded their partnership with Save the Children to Ethiopia in an initiative to focus on education and job training for youths. Save the Children is extremely grateful for all of the support we have received from the PVH Brands over the years.
For 25 years, Scholastic and Save the Children have worked together to increase access to books for children living in poverty. To date, Scholastic has donated millions of books for use in our domestic literacy and early childhood education programs across the U.S. Scholastic and its employees have also supported our emergency response efforts around the world, including our responses to the 2010 Haitian earthquake, Hurricane Sandy in 2012, the typhoon that struck the Philippines in late 2013, the floods in West Virginia in 2016 and Hurricane Harvey in Texas in 2017.
Save the Children and T.J.Maxx have worked together for more than 30 years improving the lives of hundreds of thousands of children in the United States. This unique partnership involves a nationwide, annual, in-store fundraising promotion during the back-to-school time period, as well as the sale of branded Save the Children merchandise and reusable shopping bags throughout the year. Merchandise features children’s artwork, and a portion of the proceeds goes directly to Save the Children. T.J.Maxx has been a supporter of Save the Children’s sponsorship programs, which allows employees to see firsthand the impact they make for children in the United States.
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Since 2005, Toys“R”Us and the Toys“R”Us Children’s Fund has raised more than $9 million to help educate and protect children in the United States and around the world.
In the wake of large-scale crises, Toys“R”Us has helped ensure the safety of children in shelters and supported their emotional recovery. With contributions of more than $4.3 million in products and monetary grants, Toys“R”Us focused its efforts on the youngest victims of natural disasters, such as the Gulf Coast and West Virginia floods, Hurricane Sandy, the earthquake and tsunami in Japan and the tsunami in Southeast Asia.
Our disaster response work with Toys“R”Us received a Corporate Recognition for Humanitarian Assistance honor from InterAction, a coalition of U.S.-based international nongovernmental organizations focused on the world's poorest and most vulnerable people.
In 2016, Toys“R”Us launched the #PlayWithPurpose campaign which emphasized the importance of play in building the foundations for reading and mathematical literacy. During the campaign, Toys“R”Us and Babies“R”Us customers were encouraged to donate at-register to support our early childhood development programs, bringing essential learning through play to children in need across the U.S. The partnership allowed the two organizations to team up and help kids by reaching out to moms and dads, through original content and compelling storytelling leveraged across digital, social, and in-store channels. In addition, Toys“R”Us worked with the Save the Children Early Childhood experts to deliver a play-based curriculum with new developmental toys to children in its Early Steps to School Success home-visitation program.
By now, we know the investment we make in children’s lives early on – even before they enter kindergarten – can have a dramatic impact on their ability to be successful academically and socially and well into their adult years. We are proud that together, Toys“R”Us and Save the Children are helping to ensure more families feel equipped to prepare their children for lifelong learning.
– Amy von Walter, EVP Global Communications and Public Relations, Toys“R”Us,Inc.
The Wrigley Company Foundation partners with Save the Children to improve children’s oral health with their generous support of our school health and nutrition programming worldwide. Since 2011, the Wrigley Company Foundation has supported a holistic school health, oral health, and nutrition program that gives health training to thousands of teachers and improves access to dental services for children.
As the Wrigley Company Foundation celebrated its 30th Anniversary in 2017, we are proud to be one of its most strategic partners. Drawing on successful outcomes for children in 6 countries, today we are working in China, the Philippines and Vietnam to achieve long-term behavior change and improve oral health for children in the communities we serve. To date we have reached 1,075,075 children, parents, teachers and oral health workers, and have delivered 316,560 oral health services through our partnership. Our activities center around promoting child participation and leadership in schools, as well as strengthening schools, communities and government.
Save the Children remains grateful for the Wrigley Company Foundation’s generous support, and for their dedication to the cause of underserved children. Our partnership is helping school children in some of the world’s poorest places improve their oral hygiene, reduce absenteeism and elevate the importance of oral health.
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