Projects: Support children in emergencies and Continue her education
Climate change means disasters are more frequent and severe, and ongoing conflicts are displacing people in great numbers.
On the 14th of September 2023, in the lead-up to International Day of Peace, we welcomed Save the Children on the issue of global crises increasing exponentially. No one knows when the next disaster will strike, but we do know the impact of these are felt deeply in the lives of children.
A continued education provides security, comfort, and a sense of normalcy in a time of profound challenges.
What does Save the Children do?
Save the Children is one of the largest aid and development organisations. We have a 100 year history and at the core, we are a champion of rights. We put the most vulnerable children’s needs first.
We are a global membership organisation made of Save the Children International which is the implementing arm across 166 countries. Save the Children Australia is a unique member where we have an equally strong domestic presence through our ’54 reasons’.
Ultimately, we share one name across the movement, one strategy, one ambition for children and that is to survive, to learn, and to be protected.
What are the impacts of the funds raised for Save the Children through the i=Change platform?
We rely on unrestricted, publicly, philanthropically raised funding. Although what i=Change contributes may be small compared to a large amount of funding that we may receive, it’s value cannot be quantified.
The funding from i=Change businesses allows us to multiply it, the $150,000 raised so far can open five times that amount of funding for us. So every $1 you give us will create $5 for a worthy cause.
Every $30 raised can save a child’s life in an emergency and every $20 raised can continue a child’s education
Be the change today.