One of the best ways to protect our children during this crisis is to protect their potential

Wide-scale learning loss could be among the biggest impacts the coronavirus has on children in America.

The earliest years are the most important for a child’s development, and missing out on learning — and the key nutrition many find only at school — could have a devastating impact on their mental and physical health and growth.

You have the unique opportunity to invest in the futures of children here at home and around the world by giving Save the Children gifts of hope.

Educational Supplies

$50 can deliver essentials like books, workbooks and supplies to teach out-of-school children, who must now learn at home.

Healthy Snacks

$25 can provide wholesome snacks to 25 kids in impoverished rural communities, who now miss out on school-provided nutrition.

Learning Materials

$35 can supply educational toys and activities to engage and inspire eager-to-learn children, who are unable to attend classes and programs.

Home Libraries

$100 can fill a bookshelf for an out-of-school child growing up in rural poverty, where most don’t own a single book.

Early Instruction

$150 can enroll five children who need special care to stay on track in our early learning home-visitation program for a year.

Around the world, coronavirus poses a deadly threat to more than 12 million child refugees and nearly 70 million people forced from home and living in overcrowded conditions with limited or no access to healthcare. Gifts like hygiene kits, clean water, emergency food and shelter supplies can provide the lifesaving relief needed to survive.

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