Hi guys! I thought this year for my birthday, I would ask my friends (that's you :)) to donate to charity rather than just getting random material gifts that I don't need.
It was so hard to pick a charity because there are so many good causes out there, especially in this desperate time in the world.
I chose Save the Children because it has always been close to my heart. It is a charity that works tirelessly to improve the lives of children all over the world. The current crisis is going to have repercussions for years and years to come, and children are no exception. For me, helping those who will change the future of our world is of upmost importance. We can have an equal, sustainable and loving world if we can educate and support the future generations.
So it would mean the world to me and make a difference to so many impoverished and struggling young people around the world if you would consider a donation to this marvellous charity. THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Save the Children on their work during this crisis:
Save the Children has 100 years of experience helping children in times of crisis. We’re able to act straight away, and with your support, we can make sure they have everything they need.
Through the coronavirus pandemic, we’re supporting children and families across the UK, while getting ready to respond around the world if things get worse. We’re working in 120 countries across the world, where we’re already helping children who have been hit by this.
To make sure we’re giving families what they need, we’re listening to them every step of the way. And we’re lobbying governments across the UK and working with other charities to make the biggest difference for children.
Throughout this challenging time, we’re focussing on what’s most important: children. Keeping them safe and healthy, and importantly, making sure they can keep learning, no matter what.
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