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Wildfires have become a frightening new normal.

As millions of acres continue to burn across the West Coast, we're working to deliver critical emergency relief supplies to children and families.

You can help. Donate now:

Kids may be too young to vote, but that doesn't stop them from dreaming of a future where they're in the White House.

Ahead of tonight's final Presidential Debate, learn what children in our U.S. Programs would do if they were elected President!

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Far too many children and families have had their rights violated while seeking asylum in the United States.

Seeking asylum is not a crime and separating children from their families unnecessarily is inhumane, traumatic and unacceptable.

Here are some ways that you can help vulnerable children at the U.S. Southern Border ⤵️

Even before the pandemic, 135 million people had been facing food shortages. Now, an estimated 265 million people could be pushed to the brink of starvation by the end of 2020.

As the world grapples with COVID-19, we can't forget the most vulnerable:

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Separating children from their families is cruel, traumatic and inhumane.

It is absolutely unacceptable that hundreds of families remain separated. Kids should not be subjected to such unimaginable trauma by the U.S. government.


COVID-19 presents an unimaginable challenge for children and families on the move.

In Colombia, we're providing vulnerable migrant families with vital medical attention. Learn more about our global response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how you can help. 👇

Give kids the foundation they need for a brighter future when you donate at-register at T.J.Maxx, text TJMAXX to 20222 or make a donation online at!

Your donations help us provide books, educational resources and food to the children who need them most.

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Voting is key to creating a bright future for kids. Thank you Yolanda King and Anne Hathaway for joining with Save the Children Action Network to discuss why it's important to vote! #Election2020

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“I’ve learned that any kid can make a difference."

We couldn't agree more! With two weeks until Election Day, these kids are reminding us all of the importance of using your voice and your vote!

Watch the full video from NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt:

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NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt

WATCH: Kids write postcards to remind grown-ups to vote.

15-year-old Dayana from El Salvador lives in a small house with her mother, siblings and her dog, Princess.

She tells us that since the start of the coronavirus pandemic her life has become more difficult. Dayana’s mother lost her job and now struggles to ensure her family has food to eat and worries she can no longer afford enough for a wifi connection so that her children can continue learning from home.

The virus threatens kid's access to food, education and protection—help #ProtectAGeneration of children from the devastating impacts of COVID-19:

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The worst wildfire season in California history has hit Indigenous communities the hardest. ⁠

Thanks to our supporters and Trustee Jennifer Garner, we provided families from the Mono Tribal land with learning kits, art supplies, teddy bears and other critical supplies to get through these difficult times. ⁠⁠

But, families impacted by the wildfires still need your help. Donate here 👉

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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, an additional 150 million children have been plunged into poverty. For too many kids this means they are experiencing worse health, struggle to access education, and much more likely to be involved in child labor.

We can't turn our backs on the worlds most vulnerable, urgent action is needed to respond to current health crisis and break the cycle of poverty. #EndPoverty

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Children around the world face unrelenting hunger. Droughts, economic crises, conflicts, floods and other kinds of shocks often prevent vulnerable families from having enough food.

In honor of #WorldFoodDay, help us fight hunger by giving the gift of therapeutic food to a child in need.

The economic impact of COVID-19 is driving record levels of food insecurity around the world.

Our teams are working around the clock to help provide children and their families with nutritious meals.

This #WorldFoodDay, learn how you can help:

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“My favorite activities are playing and running. When I grow up I want to be a stylist in the United States,” says Elena, 6 years old.

Elena recently learned the proper steps to hand washing as part of our “What is Coronavirus?” workshop in northern Mexico.

This #GlobalHandwashingDay, we thank SC Johnson, A Family Company for supporting this work to shine a light on the importance of #HandHygienceforAll to limit the impacts of the pandemic in countries around the world.

You can help limit the spread of COVID-19 and other illnesses by washing your hands. 🧼🤲💧
On #GlobalHandwashingDay, show kids how easy, fun and important it is!

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The human immune system is amazing and incredibly complex. It will continue to function even if you’re taking precautions to protect your family from COVID-19. In fact, some researchers think wearing a mask may result in a lower viral load for those who are exposed to COVID-19, possibly resulting in an asymptomatic infection and resulting immunity. 😷👍

More ideas for keeping your family safe:

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To celebrate #HispanicHeritageMonth, Save the Children staff shared their favorite books! ❤️📖

Check out these stories that celebrate Latinx characters and inspire all year round! 👇

What's the best part about being a kid?

Adventures around every corner 🤸‍♀️
Climbing trees 🌳
Always learning 📚


We've made it our mission to ensure every child – no matter who they are or where they’re from – gets to enjoy the magic of being a kid.

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