7 Ways to Give Back This Valentine’s Day
Children deserve a chance to grow up healthy, learning and safe. They deserve a bright future. Get involved and help support Save the Children's mission by donating this Valentine’s Day. You can also join our political advocacy arm - Save the Children Action Network - and tell lawmakers to Have a Heart and fund early childhood education programs so more kids across your state — and the nation — grow up nourished and learning!
Read further to learn how to donate to charity for Valentine’s Day or send a message to Congress.
Donate This Valentine’s Day
Are you looking for unique Valentine's Day donation ideas? Give a gift that’s truly special – a gift that comes from the heart is an unforgettable way to give back.
- $30 will help send an orphan to school with the supplies they need
- $50 can help train a Community Health Worker to provide basic health care in crisis zones
- $100 can pay the cost of referring a severely malnourished child to a stabilization center
Have a Heart this Valentine's Day
Early education prepares children for a lifetime of learning. But so many kids — especially ones from lower-income communities — never get that opportunity.
In America, early learning is unaffordable and inaccessible. 50% of families live in a child care desert, and the average annual cost exceeds $10,000 per kid.
Parents are forced to choose between unemployment and financial strain, while children miss out on support during their most crucial window of development.
Send a message to Congress: Have a Heart and fund early childhood education!
Other Valentine’s Day Donation Ideas
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