• Together, We Can Crush Corruption

    World leaders will meet in London, U.K in just two weeks (May 12, 2016) for a crucial ANTI-CORRUPTION Summit. They must take action to crush corruption by stopping the dodgy dealings that keep people poor everywhere.Read More »

  • Education for Displaced Children everywhere

    There is an urgent need to fund emergency education for displaced children everywhere. In February 2016, world leaders convened in London, UK to make funding pledges to support the 13.5 million Syrians affected by conflict and have raised in excess of $10 billion. This is an excellent first step in addressing the impact of humanitarian crises on the world’s population. However, Syria is not alone.Read More »

  • Sponsor a Child

    As you read this, more than 1,000 girls and boys are on Save the Children* sponsorship waiting list. You have the ability to help brighten their futures by accepting this invitation to sponsor a child for just a minimum of $20 a month — that's only 67 cents per day to bring real, lasting change! Please, respond by August 15, 2015.Read More »

  • The Girl Effect: This is the Moment to Rally behind Girls


    With little over a year until the Millennium Development Goals expire, we have a once in a generation opportunity to drive mass resources to girls. The Girl Effect movement is seizing that opportunity. Since the Girl Declaration launched in October 2013, we have seen an incredible shift occur. In just 9 months, what started as a rallying cry to get girls on the global agenda has turned into something much, much greater. Read More »

  • International Day of the African Child

    The International Day of the African Child has been celebrated on June 16 every year since 1991, when it was first initiated by the Organisation of African Unity. It honors those who participated in the Soweto uprising in 1976 on that day. It also raises awareness of the continuing need for improvement of the education provided to African children.Read More »


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