CHILDREN URGENTLY NEED YOUR HELP NOW

In any crisis, children are always the most at risk – from the global hunger crisis and Afghanistan conflict, to the recent Haiti earthquake, the recent typhoon in the Philippines or the escalation in the armed conflict in Myanmar

When children are at their most vulnerable, we are always among the first organisations to deliver life-saving support for children and their families.

Our Child Emergency Fund allows us to respond wherever the need is greatest. It helps us to reach children quickly with the essentials they need to survive. 

We partner with local organisations wherever possible to ensure our responses are locally driven, allowing us to build trust and gain access to hard to reach communities.

Donate to save the lives of children in crisis.

Please give to our Child Emergency Fund to allow us to respond wherever the need is greatest to reach children quickly with the essentials they need to survive. With your donation today, you provide cash, food vouchers, and medical treatment to help children and their families beat malnutrition.

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HOW YOUR DONATION CAN HELP

The situation is urgent. Hunger leaves children vulnerable to infection, disease, and death - and right now nearly one quarter of the world suffers permanent damage.

Please give to our Child Emergency Fund today. Your donation will allow our response teams to react quickly to emergencies around the world:

   · $25 can vaccinate 20 children against measles

   · $50 can feed two malnourished children for a month

   · $500 can provide critical care for five children suffering from pneumonia
 

Your gift is urgently needed for these children and their families.

This is why we’re responding through the Child Emergency Fund – a central pot of flexible funding for emergencies. A gift to the Child Emergency Fund will help children facing hunger and at risk of famine – and other life-threatening crises that may strike – to stay safe, healthy and to keep learning.