Newsday Tuesday: Protecting Kids Before the Next Sandy Strikes
It is one year ago today since Superstorm Sandy barreled in to the north east coast of the United States, leaving millions without power and hundreds of thousands without homes. In that aftermath, Save the Children has remained focused on the trauma of kids as they navigate the continued struggle to rebuild.
Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF
The children have already started to haul in ridiculous amounts of candy all around America and increasingly, the world! The sugar rushes are delighting kids and driving parents crazy, but Halloween can be about more than just candy when you Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF.
Increasing Energy Access to Eradicate Extreme Poverty
It’s something most take for granted. When we flip a switch, the light goes on. But imagine living without power: students are unable to study after dark, women give birth in under-equipped hospitals, and life-saving vaccines requiring refrigeration become ineffective.
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