Save the Children

Founded in 1919, Save the Children invests in children so that every child attains their right to survival, protection, development and participation. We advocate for children, innovate and develop evidence-based solutions for problems children face, and achieve results at scale by leveraging local and global partnerships. Our 2030 Ambition defines our priorities, which is achieving three breakthroughs for children: (1) Survive: No child dies from preventable causes before their fifth birthday (2) Learn: All children learn from a quality basic education (3) Be protected: Violence against children is no longer tolerated. We work in close to 120 countries around the world, directly reaching over 41 million children (as of 2018) to make these breakthroughs a reality.

COVID-19 Response

Organisation Representative

Endorsers that Save the Children partner with

United States

Johnson & Johnson Foundation

Aavishkaar Capital is the equity arm of The Aavishkaar Group which manages in excess of US$1 billion in AUM across equity and credit. The Group’s shareholders include TIAA-Nuveen, Shell Foundation, Triodos Bank and Dutch Entrepreneurial Development Bank.

Johnson & Johnson Foundation

The Johnson & Johnson Foundation is a registered charitable organization that reflects the commitment of the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies to keeping people well at every age and every stage of life by blending heart, science and ingenuity to profoundly change the trajectory of health for humanity. The Foundation supports and champions the people on the front lines who are at the heart of delivering care, including nurses and community health workers. Together with our partners, we focus on building and strengthening a robust primary care health workforce – made up of capable, confident and resilient nurses and community health workers – so that they can provide quality care to the communities they serve.

On-going/Past projects


By Save the Children

Waliku strategically uses technology to address barriers to education participation, health and wellbeing of school-aged children, particularly those most vulnerable in a resource-constrained context.

Education, Health