This year we have an unique opportunity to create a world where no child dies from hunger or illnesses we know how to prevent. But we need you to make this happen.
Find how you can be part of action/2015
Our teams are saving lives and doing everything to stop the spread of Ebola. But they need your support.
2014 was an unprecedented year for Save the Children, but we wouldn't have achieved all that we did without your help.
Syrian children desperately need your help. Whether trapped inside Syria or as refugees in neighbouring countries, they need shelter, warm clothes and food to get through the winter.
Your regular support helps children grow and survive beyond the crucial age of five.
Improve job prospects and gain experience. Give time and help us save lives
Join a run or walk, tackle a challenge event, or support one of our mass fundraising events
Send your friends a stylish e-card, buy a life-saving Wishlist gift, or find a high street shop
Take action with us as we ask governments around the world to put children first.
Health workers like Kebeh are the heroes of the #Ebola response. Donate now to help them saves more lives and stop the spread of this deadly disease > http://ow.ly/IhXCV
Of every £1 you donate, we spend 88p to benefit children directly and 11p to raise the next pound, 1p goes on governance and other costs (average over the last 5 years). Find out more.
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