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Help children build a better future

We work closely with companies who believe that every child should survive and thrive. As part of these partnerships, they create special products which help raise funds for Save the Children. Shop with our partners and support our work at home and abroad.

Bulgari B.Zero.1 necklace, ring and pendant

Buy a specially-designed Bulgari Save the Children necklace, ring and bracelet to support the education of thousands of children around the world. 

Honouring Bvlgari’s ongoing philanthropic partnership with Save the Children, for every piece of Bvlgari’s Save the Children jewelry collection sold, a part of the proceeds will be donated to fund programs that provide support and opportunities to the world’s most vulnerable children and youth.

Bulgari’s support worldwide has enabled Save the Children to reach over 600,000 children and trained over 20,000 teachers through educational activities in more than 1,200 schools.

Find your local Bulgari stockist.

The Future Is Now

ALEXACHUNG has collaborated with Save the Children Ambassador Poppy Delevingne to create a t-shirt range for Save the Children, marking the charity's 100-year anniversary and the launch of their Stop the War on Children campaign.

The organic cotton t-shirts feature an illustration of a crescent moon face alongside the words ‘The Future is Now’. The slogan was inspired by the charity’s belief that every child should be able to make a mark on the world and hope for a better future. Priced at £25, the adult t-shirts come in navy blue, bright white and a limited edition run of canary yellow. The white t-shirt is also available in a range of children’s sizes from three to twelve-years priced at £15.

At least 30 per cent from each t-shirt sale will go to Save the Children to help children all around the world, including those living in conflict, and are available exclusively to order from savethechildrenstore.com from Thursday 16th May.

The World Made a Rainbow by Michelle Robinson, illustrated by Emily Hamilton.

The World Made a Rainbow by Michelle Robinson, illustrated by Emily Hamilton.

Light can't shine without dark. Rainbows can't colour the sky without rain. And the world is always full of hope and possibility, even when we feel lost and alone. Inspired by the rainbows that children across the world have been creating and displaying in their windows, The World Made a Rainbow is a beautiful story with a hopeful message of staying connected to the people we love.
 
The World Made a Rainbow will reassure, uplift and help families make sense of the extraordinary events of this year.  For every book sold in the UK, at least 80p will go towards supporting Save the Children’s programmes to make sure every child stays safe, healthy and learning, and goes on to reach their full potential.
 
Buy your copy now.
 

Kate Moss wearing KMA Studio, The Butterfly Collection

KMA StudioThe Butterfly Collection, in partnership with Save the Children. The limited-edition collection launches on February 25th and includes a t-shirt and hoodie featuring an abstract butterfly print as captured by wildlife photographer Finlay Pitt.  

The 100% organic cotton t-shirts and hoodies, priced at £45 and £90 respectively, were inspired by Kate’s fascination of butterflies and her belief in the Butterfly Effect, whereby seemingly minor events can have large and significant consequences.  

KMA Studio will be donating £5 from each item sold to Save the Children to ensure that disadvantaged children around the world can stay safe and healthy to keep learning. 

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Give with Savoo
We've joined forces with the free online fundraising platform Savoo to raise vital funds for children.

Here's how you can help:
1) Use Savoo's search engine and they'll donate 1p to Save the Children for every search you make.
2) Shop online with Savoo's voucher codes and deals to save money and raise funds for Save the Children at no extra cost to you. 

To get started, visit the Savoo website, register for an account and select Save the Children as your chosen charity. 

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