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A pie chart is broken up into 87%, representing the amount of Save the Children expenditures that went to program services. The other parts of the pie chard show 8% and 5%, representing fundraising and general expenses, respectively. Photo credit: Save the Children, May 2019.

Giving to Save the Children is one of the world’s best investments

87% of every dollar we spend goes to programs and services for children and families in need. Changing children’s lives now. Transforming the future we all share.

A 3-year old girl named Analia sits at a picnic table outside and displays a colorful painting in front of her. The girl and her mom participated in several learning-based activities taught to them during a home visit as part of Save the Children’s signature Early Steps to School Success program. Photo credit: Save the Children, Nov 2017.

In rural America, the silence of poverty is deafening

Children without early learning opportunities before age 5 are left at a distinct disadvantage — and nowhere is this more evident than in America’s most under-served communities. But it doesn’t need to be this way.

An Emergency Health Unit medical staffer in the Save the Children mobile clinic holds a syringe in her hands carefully. Save the Children’s Emergency Health Unit is treating children for some of the biggest child killers in the world like malaria, respiratory infection and acute watery diarrhea. It is also making sure children have their vaccines for diseases like polio and measles. Photo credit: Guilhem Alandry/Save the Children, March 2017.

What you need to know about the measles outbreak in Samoa

Save the Children’s Emergency Health Unit has deployed to Samoa to support the government's response to the widespread measles outbreak. The outbreak has infected more than 4,350 people - mostly children - since the beginning of October.

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