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When they’re safe, well and happy, children see the wonder in everything. Their spirit and imagination are what makes Christmas magical. ​But right now, many children are simply too hungry or too ill to see the wonder in the world.​

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What will Save the Children be doing in the lead-up to Christmas?

Children who don’t have the basics – like food, school and medicine – find the magic of the festive period much harder to see. Save the Children is asking the nation to get involved and help these children get the food, healthcare and education they need to see the wonder in the world and to believe in a future where anything is possible.

Save the Children’s Christmas Jumper Day is on Friday 10th December. Now in its tenth year, Christmas Jumper Day has raised over £27 million for Save the Children since its launch in 2012. In a bid to help give children a more magical Christmas, Save the Children is encouraging the nation to dig out vintage jumpers, upcycle or shop second hand, to make this the most sustainable Christmas Jumper Day yet. To take part, all people have to do is upcycle, borrow or buy a second-hand festive sweater, throw it on and donate £2 (or £1 for kids) to Save the Children. People can sign up here and they will receive a free fundraising pack, full of handy tips on planning a great day.

Together we can protect the magic for children everywhere this festive season.

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Save the Children's international work

How does Save the Children respond to global humanitarian crises over the Christmas period, and what are the particular difficult impacts of the season?

We respond to emergencies around the world. We give parents the tools to support early learning. We reach millions of children with our child protection programmes. We’ve all seen the news. The devastating earthquake in Haiti. And a terrifying surge in conflict in Afghanistan. The earthquake that hit Haiti on Saturday 14 August demolished thousands of homes. With survivors forced to sleep outside, children face deadly risks. In Afghanistan, hundreds of thousands of children were forced from their homes. Now more are going hungry, without shelter, food or medical care. At the same time, a triple threat of COVID-19, climate change and conflict fuels a global hunger crisis threatening millions of children.

We respond within hours to disasters around the world so we can reach children immediately. Your support could help children and families devastated by disaster to stay safe and healthy over the festive period.

In the UK, prior to the pandemic, 4.3 million children in the UK lived in poverty – almost a third of children. Recent research predicts a rise in child poverty, with parents who were living in poverty pre-pandemic, more likely to have lost their jobs than parents not in poverty and 86% of all families have faced extra costs due to the pandemic, putting further pressure on already stretched budgets. Our mission is to secure a sustainable reduction in the number of children growing up in poverty and to improve early learning outcomes for children living in poverty.

What do donations and volunteer hours mean to Save the Children at Christmas? What’s something great that Save the Children has achieved with the help of donations and volunteers?

Save the Children exists to help every child reach their full potential. In the UK and around the world, we make sure children stay safe, healthy and keep learning, so they can become who they want to be. We can’t do this alone. Together with children, supporters and partners, we work to help every child become who they want to be. We empower children to speak for themselves, share their stories and amplify their voices. As well as championing young activists, we listen to children who aren’t in the spotlight, so their important stories don’t go unheard.

Save the Children’s work is only possible thanks to our 5 million supporters in the UK and their amazing commitment – from wearing a Christmas jumper to running our local shops to organising fundraising events. For a century, we’ve stood up for children’s rights and made sure their voices are heard. Our co-founder, Eglantyne Jebb, wrote the first international treaty on the rights of every child.

We’ve been speaking out on the big issues that affect children ever since. Some of the UK’s biggest policy breakthroughs for children, like free school meals and nursery schools, have happened because of us. And we campaign tirelessly to uphold our country’s commitment to spend 0.7% of its budget on international aid.

In 2020, We helped - 45 million children across the world get the medicine, good food and education they need

We are - Nearly 600,000 supporters, alongside families, nurses, teachers and other workers

We believe - Children shouldn’t be defined by their situation, but by who they are and what they can be.

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What are your goals and resolutions for New Year 2022?

We work alongside children in more than 100 countries, including the UK. Together, with Save the Children members around the world, we have three big goals. Our shared ambition is that by 2030, no child dies from preventable causes before their fifth birthday, all children learn from a quality basic education, and violence against children is no longer tolerated. We know that every child is different, and every one of them has something special to bring to the world.

Whether you’re browsing for Christmas presents or bagging a bargain with all our money-saving Black Friday Deals, head back to Savoo from the 22nd - 28th of November to help raise life-changing donations for kids globally at no extra cost to you. If you’re feeling charitable all year round, register Save the Children as your chosen charity when you sign-up to Savoo and raise donations every time you shop! Find out even more about the charity on our Save the Children charity page.

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