Save the Children
For nearly 100 years, Save the Children has led global action for children. Around the world, they give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm.
Global Corporate Partners represent many of Save the Children’s most powerful collaborations for creating positive change for the world’s most vulnerable children today, and they are key to the organization’s aspirations: doing whatever it takes to ensure 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. The return on their partners’ investment is evidenced by the progress made for millions of children and their families and the enhanced value of partners’ businesses.
Save the Children particularly stands out for the wide spectrum of partnerships it cultivates by working with corporate foundation leaders to have a transformational impact on the ground; government affairs experts to collaborate on advocacy; marketers to create cause marketing initiatives; employee engagement teams to tap volunteers; and R&D teams to co-develop products that drive social change.
Save the Children has an impressive group of dedicated corporate partners such as Accenture, Bulgari, GSK, IKEA, Johnson & Johnson, Mars Wrigley Confectionery, Mondelēz International, Penguin Random House, Procter & Gamble, T.J. Maxx, Toys”R”Us, TOMS and The Walt Disney Company.
“We are honored to be recognized for our commitment to working alongside corporate partners in our effort to reach every last child,” said Carolyn Miles, Save the Children President & CEO. “Save the Children invests in childhood every day and in times of crisis. This is made possible in large part by socially conscious, dedicated partners, and we are grateful for their support in making a real impact for the world’s most vulnerable children.”