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With children's endless energy and the determination of supporters like you, we're helping create a fairer world. In the UK and around the world, we make sure children keep safe, healthy and learning. With children, for children, we change the future for good.
Together we power possible. Discover more about what we do here.
Frequently asked questions
If you’ve got any questions about donating to Save the Children, please take a look through our most Frequently Asked Questions.
Meet Fantastic Fatima*
At just 9 months old, severe malnutrition left Fatima too weak to stand. But with the determination and strength of her mum, she was able to get vital treatment and nutritious food from a Save the Children-supported health centre.
Five months on, she blossomed into a healthy baby - walking and playing with big sister, Fatun*.
With the right support, there are endless opportunities for kids like Fatima. A donation from people like you can help more children like her get the life-saving treatment they need.
Other ways to make a charity donation
We're always very happy to receive donations by post, you just need to print and complete one of these forms:
Please make cheques payable to Save the Children. If your donation is for one of our emergency appeals please make a note of that on the form.
Our postal address for donations is:
Save the Children,
1 St John’s Lane,
London, EC1M 4AR
To donate to by phone, you can call our Supporter Care team on +44 (0)20 7012 6400 and they can process your card payment on the call.
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The impact of donations
In 2022, the Save the Children movement reached 48.5m children in 115 countries including the UK, thanks to supporters like you.
We helped 33m children survive through our movement's health and nutrition work. We and our partners:
- tackled pneumonia – the single largest infectious killer of young children worldwide. Inspiring extra global funding, pushing to make vaccines more available and providing oxygen to children struggling to breathe
- fought undernutrition – supporting community-based work in Kenya, South Sudan, Afghanistan and Yemen to diagnose, treat and prevent malnutrition. Enabling families and caregivers to detect acute malnutrition themselves, vital for those who live hours from the nearest health centre or cannot afford to pay for care
We supported 9.2m children to learn through our movement's education programmes. We worked with communities, partners and governments to:
- make sure children living in conflicts and emergencies – including refugee children – can get the education they tell us is their number one priority
- fight for girls’ right to an education and tackle obstacles – such as child marriage – that stand in their way
- improve learning for children during their crucial early years – around the world and among the UK’s poorest communities – when it can make the biggest difference.
We fought relentlessly to protect 3.8m children through our movement's protection programmes and spoke up for millions more around the world. In 2022, we worked with our partners to help children on the frontline of some of the world’s worst conflicts and in contexts where children are at risk of harm:
- In South Sudan, we supported women’s rights organisations to lead workshops with our humanitarian staff and partners to develop guidelines to make sure they recruit, retain and promote female humanitarian workers.
- In Ukraine, we worked with 27 local partner organisations to give food, water, fuel, heaters and essential supplies like toothbrushes and soap to families who’d fled their homes. Along with helping reunite lost children with their families and set up safe spaces for them to play and recover.
- In Madagascar, we worked to strengthen people’s understanding of child protection and the local systems required to keep children safe from violence, abuse and exploitation.
More ways to help
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