Heroes come in many forms, from caped crusaders tussling with evil geniuses to humble, hair-netted lunchladies locating accidentally tossed-out retainers and fighting crime with super-sloppy Joes. Foster your own inner paladin with today's Groupon: for $15, you can make a $30 donation to Save the Children, the leading independent organization for children in need.
Founded in 1919, Save the Children focuses on healthcare, education, food, and protection for youth worldwide and provides tangibles such as nutritious fare and school supplies to address these necessities. Wielding a multitude of resources such as trained health workers, patient teachers, safe play kits, and vaccinations, the organization grants vulnerable young ones healthier lives, positive futures, and the tools to cope with Earth's impending pronoun shortage. Programs in 120 countries—in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East and Eurasia, and the United States—allow Save the Children to cover the globe like a planetary duvet quilted by galactic grandmothers. All donations made via this Groupon support Save the Children's Global Action Fund and are matched up to $225,000 by a small group of private donors, many of whom are former children themselves.
Save the Children was featured on CBS News, Look to the Stars, and Band From TV. The American Institute of Philanthropy named Save the Children a top charity with an "A" rating. Charity Navigator gave it the highest possible rating of four stars.
- I've been involved with Save the Children most of my life… If they were a band, they'd be Led Zeppelin. – Hugh Laurie, Band From TV
- I couldn’t be more excited to support Save the Children in its effort to educate children around the world. When a child learns, the entire community benefits. – America Ferrera, Look to the Stars