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Help Save the Children celebrate the dedication of a leader who is working hard for change in your community.
Save the Children's Campaign to Honor Changemakers for Children
To mark 100 years of changing children's lives, Save the Children, a global nonprofit is acknowledging its long-term commitment of providing aid and protection to underprivileged children in need with a nationwide quest to discover and recognize the achievements of an outstanding changemaker for children. This fantastic opportunity allows individuals all across the country to recognize someone who is making change for children, lending a powerful voice to guarantee that the rights and needs of all girls and boys are heard loud and clear.
Is there a worthy someone in your town who has worked to transform the lives of little ones or a pint-size pioneer paving the way for change with outstanding efforts to build a better future for fellow kids? You can nominate a leader making positive change in the lives of children for a chance to win a two-night stay in New York City (hotel accommodations and airfare included). Share their impact and the ways this individual has made a major difference with a nomination from now through June 14. A panel of judges will select one adult and one amazing child changemaker as the winner of the grand prize with an honor at the Illumination Gala in New York on September 12, 2019.
"In Save the Children's Centennial year, we've named people from all walks of life from advocates, everyday heroes, policymakers, artists, philanthropists, teachers and beyond – people who have dedicated at least part of their life to ensuring kids have what they need and changing children's lives for the better," said Carolyn Miles, President & CEO of Save the Children in a press statement. "I know, every single day, people around the world are doing tremendous things for children and we're looking forward to receiving – and celebrating – even more changemakers for children."
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