In a century, we've changed the lives of one billion Jessicas and Logans.
447,000 kids in the U.S. have brighter futures, thanks to you.
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Meet Teacher Jessica
One book changed her life
Behind those big eyes is an ambitious 10 - year old. Although she lives in a small hut with 6
family members in Uganda, her world is now huge because she can read. Thanks to the
generosity of a Save the Children sponsor, Jessica goes to school where she received her very
first book. Now she loves reading and learning to speak English - and she wants to become a
teacher someday. For 100 years, Save the Children has been ensuring children's voices are
heard and their needs are met. See how one small act from you can create lasting change in the
life of a child like Jessica.
Meet Chef Jasmine
Future five-star cook
Two-year old Jasmine* from the Philippines is a busy ball of energy, slowing down only
to give her mom a high-five, before she's back to pretend cooking and playing. But she
wasn't always this way. Jasmine's mom wondered early on why her baby was so silent
and still, and she brought her to Save the Children. We diagnosed Janice's malnutrition,
provided emergency therapeutic food and even held family cooking classes. Now
Jasmine's mom wonders whether she'll grow up to be a chef, nourishing others like she
was once nourished. Saving the lives of malnourished babies like Jasmine is just one of
the ways your support helps.
Meet Miss Mamta
Dreaming of a career, first
Meet 10-year-old Mamta from rural Nepal. After her mother's tragic death, Mamta
moved into her grandparents' one-room home, which they share with the family's
livestock. Her grandparents do the best they can, but sometimes Mamta goes to school
Mamta misses her mom and worries about the future. If she follows the same path as
her older sister, she'll have to leave school behind at age 14, get married and start a
having babies right away. Another girl trapped in the cycle of poverty and gender
But Mamta wants more. "I want to wait until I am at least 22 years old to get married,
so I can have a career as a teacher," she says with longing. Mamta wants to stay in
school, get a job and only get married when she's ready. She wants a better future.
Thanks to you, Save the Children's program in Mamta's community is helping
adolescent girls and their families understand the importance of education and gender
equality. So girls like Mamta are empowered!
Meet Officer Logan
Proud to read - and succeed.
When Logan was 3, he struggled to speak, unable to say more than 3-word sentences.
But since participating in a Save the Children literacy program - he's read more than 240
books, a badge of honor he wears with pride. Thanks to supporters like you, one day
he'll wear a real badge - he dreams of becoming a police officer one day. For 100 years,
Save the Children has been helping children like Logan in the U.S. and around the world -
creating ripples of change for generations to come.