Save the Children help children in 120 countries, providing support for health, education, protection, disaster relief and so much more.
Save the children in Africa - Save the Children has been working to fight hunger, prevent malnutrition and to improve the lives of boys and girls. Weather its working with orphaned children in Sub-Saharan Africa or emergency relief for refugees in North Africa, save the children strives to meet the needs to vulnerable children and their families with lifesaving and life-changing programs. Charities can make a difference, with a hand-up, not a hand-out.
The countries in Africa Save the Children work with:
- Burking Faso
- Central African Republic
- South Sudan
Save the Children in Asia - Save the Children has worked in Asia for more than 30 years. From responding to massive earthquakes, tsunamis and cyclones, to providing lifesaving health care and nutrition to children in impoverished nations, we work in the poorest and most vulnerable communities throughout the continent.
The Countries in Asia Save the Children work with:
Save the Children in Latin America/Caribbean - Save the children works in Latin America/Caribbean t provide for some of the worlds poorest children. with a population of 568 million, nearly 25% live on less than $2 a day. Save the Children works in these areas to help being hope and possibilities into children's lives, allowing them to thrive in the bright futures they all deserve.
The Countries in Latin America/Caribbean Save the Children work with:
- Dominican Republic
- Ei Salvador
Save the Children in Middle East and Eurasia - Save the Children have helped 10.8 million in the region, including a massive response to help Syrian refugees.
The Countries in Middle East and Eurasia Save the Children work with:
- West Bank and Gaze Strip
BIG Motoring World's call center team have donned their festive knits for Christmas Jumper Day.
The annual fund raising event is in its third year and will see almost 4 million people part to help 'Make the world better with a sweater' which has raised a Whopping £1.6 million to date.
Our Call Center Team have fully embraced the Ugly Christmas Jumper trend, by doing so they have raised over £110.00
By Beth Lloyd