Natasha Kaplinsky

Natasha is one of the UK's best-known broadcasters. She has presented the news for Sky News, BBC News and Channel 5 and now appears on ITV and ITV London Tonight. Natasha has campaigned tirelessly for Save the Children, visiting our programmes around the world, including in India, Sierra Leone, Jordan and Mozambique.

Natasha Kapinsky with children in Za'atari refugee camp, Jordan.

Natasha Kapinsky talks to children in at a playground run by Save the Children in Za'atari refugee camp, Jordan.
 

Since 2010, Natasha has been a hardworking and dedicated Ambassador for Save the Children. She has worked both publicly and behind the scenes to help campaign and fundraise for the many different areas of our work.

Natasha’s support has included visiting our projects all over the world, including India, South Africa, Mozambique and Sierra Leone.  

In 2011, Natasha played a pivotal role in launching our biggest campaign yet, No Child Born to Die.

She said, “It’s just so shocking that 8 million children die around the world every year from absolutely needless illnesses like diarrhoea and pneumonia. I’ve got children myself and I can’t imagine what that must feel like. We must do something to change it.”

Natasha has also travelled to the Syrian border with Save the Children where she visited Syrian refugees in Jordan to raise awareness about the humanitarian impact of the crisis.

 

Last updated January 2016.