My Family Changed a Child's Life This Holiday Season—And So Can You

Change the life of a child and their family with your generous donation today.

My Family Changed a Child's Life This Holiday Season—And So Can You photo

Save the Children has been making a difference in the lives of children in need for 100 years—here's how you can help.

The holidays are almost here, and the spirit of giving will soon follow. But what matters more than the material things that we fill our shopping carts with are the many opportunities available to help those in need. There are several ways to support and change the life of a child. For over 100 years, Save the Children and their supporters have been dedicated to serving kids in crisis and providing protection to the world's most marginalized children.

How can you help? During the season of giving, now is the perfect time of year to sponsor a child and contribute funds to sustain a healthy future for a girl or boy based in the United States or living anywhere abroad globally for meaningful change.

A charitable donation will go a long way to make a big difference in the lives of so many young children and their families. Your good deed builds the beginning of a special bond between you and your sponsored child as you give him or her the chance to have a healthy, happy and safe lifestyle with educational opportunities to support a future of success.

Making a commitment to make a difference in a child's life is an incredible gift that keeps giving. Supporters also have the option to make a one-time donation or become a monthly donor, supplying life-saving support to children living in poverty.

Begin the process of giving back and bringing joy to a child in need by visiting the Save the Children website. Sign up to sponsor a child in need for just $39 a month. That contribution amounts to about a dollar a day (that's less than the cost of a cup of coffee). Or visit Ways to Give to discover how you can help. A child is waiting for your support. Make a difference today, and connect with a child who needs you now.