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Hunger Grips West Africa – 1 Million Children Face Severe Crisis


More than 18 million people across West Africa are in the grip of a growing hunger crisis. Crop shortages, rising food prices and insecurity have left more than 1 million children facing starvation. We must act now to prevent this. Find out how you can help.


Freedom From Poverty For America’s Children


In the United States, nearly 1 in 4 children are living in poverty. If you believe every American child should have enough to eat, access to doctors and medicine, a secure home and a decent education, take the pledge today to declare Freedom From Poverty for America's Children. 


Imagine A World With No Math


Hard to believe but this world already exists for many children living in poor countries. To help solve this problem, Save the Children developed a new education program called Numeracy Boost that focuses on teaching children the basic math skills they need to thrive in daily life. Actors Michael Boatman, Julie Bowen, Simon Helberg and John Oliver are supporting the campaign. Can we count you in, too? Click here to Fundraise or Donate.

 


We Can Be Heroes – Fight the Hunger Crisis in the Horn of Africa


Save the Children is working to fight the hunger crisis in the Horn of Africa and is now getting help from the Justice League. Make a donation today and DC Entertainment will match your donation 100%, up to $1 million in total campaign donations.

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