Still The Most Shocking Second A Day

Still The Most Shocking Second A Day

Every day, more and more traumatized children – including many who have seen their homes destroyed and their loved ones killed – are now streaming out of war-torn countries in hopes of finding safety and relief. These children have been on the move for months. They are sleeping in the open, suffering from exhaustion and malnutrition and are highly vulnerable to exploitation and harm. Please donate now to support our relief efforts.

Ten percent of your contribution will be used to help us prepare for the next emergency. Nobody knows when the next crisis will strike, but your support helps Save the Children provide assistance in the critical first hours and days of an emergency when children need us most.


The refugee crisis isn’t just a story on the news – it’s happening here and it’s happening now. Please watch and share.

A human tragedy is unfolding. 60 million people have been forced to flee their homes – creating the largest refugee crisis since World War II.
Among them is a generation of children who have lost everything they know: their homes, their education – sometimes even their families.

It’s a situation that has forced families into terrifying situations and impossible choices. And children have suffered most.


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