We Are the Political Voice for Kids
As the political advocacy arm of Save the Children, we are building bipartisan support to make sure every child has a strong start in life.
We’re doing this by advocating for high-quality early learning for children in the U.S., the safety of children arriving at the southern U.S. border and the protection of children living in conflict zones around the world.
51% of American families live in a child care desert. Children who don’t have quality child care often start kindergarten behind – and never catch up. Urge your members of Congress to address child care deserts today so more kids can thrive!
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From the Blog
Since 2012, Jordan has opened its arms to Syrian refugees. SCAN’s Samra Khawaja had the chance to visit the largest Syrian camp and see firsthand the work that’s being done by Save the Children Jordan to help provide services to families and children.
Is a 12-year-old too young to talk to a presidential candidate and advocate for kids? Of course not! Here’s one example of a boy using his voice to make a difference for kids around the world.
This week was International Youth Day, and to honor that, we’re highlighting the work of our high school Student Ambassadors. Most of them aren’t yet old enough to vote but work hard to engage elected officials and candidates on issues impacting kids.