How Team Tomorrow Works
Team Tomorrow brings passionate supporters together around a shared cause, all while supporting the urgent issues impacting children, across the U.S. and around the world. When you join Team Tomorrow, your monthly donation helps create positive, irreversible change for children, faster than ever.
Follow these easy steps to become a member of Team Tomorrow today.
2. Set your monthly donation amount, which will be used to support programs helping children around the world.
3. We'll send you personalized monthly updates so you can see the impact you're making in partnership with children, communities and other Team Tomorrow supporters—and find out more ways to engage.
Join our community of passionate Team Tomorrow supporters to be connected with the cause you and others care about most. As a monthly donor, we'll send you personalized communications tailored to your interest, and your ongoing support will work to help children in the U.S. and around the world.
Why Give Monthly
We’re there for children before, during and after the need exists—365 days a year.
We work in over 100 countries, including the U.S., thanks to supporters like you.
85% of every dollar goes straight to helping children where it’s needed most.
Join Team Tomorrow
By joining Team Tomorrow, you can help us create positive, irreversible change faster than ever. Read the stories below to learn how your monthly donation can make a difference.
Help Maya Advocate for Equality
A Syrian refugee living in Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan since 2013, young Maya is a powerful advocate for the rights of girls.
Determined to end child marriage, Maya has been partnering with Save the Children to deliver advocacy training and raise awareness on the importance of female empowerment.
Through Team Tomorrow and support from donors like you, Save the Children is able to provide refugee children like Maya, as well as girls and boys around the world, with empowerment programs, resources and guidance. Together, we can create positive, irreversible change faster than ever.
Help Mirna Rebuild After Two Hurricanes Destroyed Her Home
"The day of the hurricane, I was afraid," shares 12-year old Mirna, whose home was destroyed when back-to-back hurricanes struck almost exactly the same stretch of Nicaraguan coast in 2020. In the aftermath of the storm, our teams helped provide Mirna's community with food, safe drinking water, blankets and other critical items so they could start on the road to recovery.
As today’s children experience more and more extreme climate events in their lifetimes, Save the Children is working in the U.S. and around the world to help communities prevent, prepare for and recover from climate-induced disasters.
Through Team Tomorrow, and support from donors like you, we can create a better tomorrow, today.
Protect Children Like Abed* from the Violence of War
When an airstrike destroyed several buildings in 14-year old Abed's community in Yemen, he feared for the worst. Rushing to the scene of destruction, Abed discovered that his two brothers had been killed.
Save the Children works with local communities to help Abed and millions of other children who live in conflict zones by providing mental health support, so that they can begin to heal from the emotional and physical wounds of war.
Team Tomorrow donors help support this lifesaving work to ensure that children living in conflict don't miss out on the futures they deserve. Join us to help address the many critical issues affecting children in the U.S. and around the world.
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Ensure Analia Receives the Education She Deserves
Analia’s mother, Sandra, didn't always have the resources to buy toys and books for her daughter. Like many of the other parents in Sandra’s rural community who live below the poverty line, educational toys and books, as well as the free time needed to engage in playtime, are often hard to find.
Through Save the Children's Early Steps to School Success, however, families like Analia and Sandra's are getting the support they need. Sandra has felt empowered to build further connections in the community and has started to plan and run some of the group’s activities on her own.
“I’ve seen a big growth with Sandra,” said Virginia, an early childhood specialist with Save the Children. “She’s a lot more confident in herself.”
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