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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are helping us to raise urgent funds for our coronavirus appeal by reading their son Archie’s favourite book for his first birthday. Watch the full video on Instagram or below.

The coronavirus crisis is hitting children hard - the most vulnerable children hardest of all. That's why we're acting quickly to give them the support they need around the world and here in the UK.

But we can't do it without your support. Help us protect a generation from COVID-19.  Please donate today.

Your support will help keep children alive, protected and learning. If we act fast, communities will be prepared and resilient and we can help families get through this.

Save with Stories

Launched in the US by Jennifer Garner and Amy Adams and led in the UK by our amazing Ambassador, Poppy Delevigne, every donation to Save with Stories will help raise urgent funds for the children and families who’ve been hardest hit by the coronavirus crisis, both in the UK and around the world.

We’ll regularly share videos of your favourite people reading beautiful children’s books – perfect for firing up kids’ imaginations and giving grown-ups the chance to take a breath while they’re stuck at home.

Whether for an adventure, a bit of calm, or to open up a new world altogether - you can always rely on a great story.

Watch Save with Stories & follow on Instagram and Facebook, and, if you can, please donate.

Poppy Delevingne visits the Save the Children Early Learning Centre in Za’atari Syrian refugee camp, Jordan

Please give a helping hand

Your donation could make an incredible difference to children facing increasing hardship during the coronavirus crisis.

In the UK, we've acted quickly to put in place an emergency grants programme to make sure the most vulnerable families can purchase basic items and food.

Your support helps provide supermarket vouchers, early learning resources like books and toys, and essential household items, such as cots and high chairs, that help parents create a home fit for children to flourish in.

We’re helping children around the world too, making sure they’re safe, healthy and can keep learning, no matter where they are.

Our teams are already working tirelessly to protect children, particularly those in areas where it’s virtually impossible to practice social distancing and safe hand-washing. 

We’re providing protective equipment, medical supplies and training for local health workers, as well as working with local health authorities to set up hospitals to treat and isolate patients with coronavirus.

We’ve got 100 years’ experience of helping children in wars, natural disasters, and disease outbreaks. We’re able to act straight away. And with your support, we can make sure they have everything they need.

Ready to get started?

You can follow along as we share new stories on our Instagram.

A big thank you to our publishing partners for all their support.

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Flavianna and her son Daniel, 4, play inside a homemade tent in their living room, Manchester

Looking for more fun things to do?

Climb into our virtual den and online play area to find everything you need to keep kids calm, feeling connected, and entertained during the coronavirus crisis.

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