Meet Our Donors
A Family Legacy of Giving
Teresa and RJ Devick and their daughters are a global family. Two of their three girls were adopted from South Korea and Ethiopia — and all three were raised to be successful, independent women. Together, they’ve supported Save the Children for more than 15 years.
Dedicating Decades to Save the Children
The Redmonds made their first donation in the late 1970s – and they haven’t stopped since. In the early days of their 45-year marriage, when money was very tight, Gloria always found a way to contribute to those in need. She was partial to anything involving kids, so Save the Children was an obvious choice.
Christine and Duncan Orr: Seeing Is Believing
Christine and Duncan Orr's decision to include Save the Children in their will was encouraged by firsthand experience.
Investing in a Better Future for Children
Retired Dallas engineer Tim Daniel has been sponsoring girls and boys through Save the Children in the Philippines and Bangladesh for 15 years.
Creating a Brighter Future for Children
Kat Corbett is helping children on many fronts. In addition to her annual giving — which began in 1993 — she also decided to name Save the Children in her will.
Bridging Worlds Through Sponsorships
Jan Fogel supports children in many ways. Now, with her legacy gift, she’ll reach even more in the future.
Investing His Winnings in Children
Fred Orlando enjoys a successful and rewarding career as an ophthalmologist — and he believes in "paying it forward."
Building a Better Future for Children
In the 1980s, Mimi O'Hagan decided that her late sister's four sons, daughter and 16 grandchildren didn't need more teddy bears for Christmas.
Creating Lasting Change
Elaine Holder discovered Save the Children in 1973 when her kids suggested they sponsor a child with money from their allowances.
Making a World of Difference for Children in Need
Tony Lunn and Phyllis Teitelbaum began their philanthropic journey when they married in 1972. Their first contribution? Sponsoring a child through Save the Children.
Helping Children Flourish
From 1979 to 1981, Gretchen Dykstra taught modern American and British literature at a college in central China — making her one of the first Americans invited to teach there after the Cultural Revolution.
A Passion for Helping Children
Susan Rowe's introduction to Save the Children was serendipitous. Her mother was a Peace Corps volunteer in Thailand, serving alongside a woman who went on to work for Save the Children.
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