Donate to Save the Children: £5 for an Art Set, £22 for a Survival Kit, or £160 for a Hairy Yak
- Each gift you buy will help Save the Children’s (Registered Charity No. 213890, SC039570) vital work across the world
- They save children's lives, fight for their rights and help them fulfil their potential
- Buy your gift this Christmas Day and your donation could be doubled as Reckitt Benckiser is matching donations up to £20,000
- 100% of gift donations go to Save the Children
- Choose from three gifts: £5 for an art set, £22 for a survival kit or £160 for a hairy yak
See more about Groupon’s fundraising plans.
Save the Children works in 120 countries, including the UK. They save children's lives, fight for their rights and help them fulfil their potential. Save the Children’s vital work reaches more than 8 million children each year - keeping them alive, getting them into school and protecting them from harm.
Charity website: www.savethechildren.co.uk
Registered charity England and Wales (213890) Scotland (SC039570).
Choose from the following gifts to Save the Children:
• £5 for an art set for a child
• £22 for a ‘No Child Born To Die’ survival kit with vaccines plus diarrhoea and pneumonia treatment
• £160 for a hairy yak in a remote mountain region
An art set helps because:
When disasters like earthquakes or floods strike, it’s often children who suffer the most. Drawing and painting in a safe, protected place brings a sense of normality to a child’s life, along with the ability to express themselves. A blank piece of paper, a brush and some paint means a lot to a child in an emergency situation.
A ‘No Child Born To Die’ survival kit helps because:
Measles, pneumonia, and diarrhoea can be prevented or treated with the vaccines and medicines in this kit, allowing children to survive and grow up strong and healthy.
A hairy yak helps because:
A hairy yak is a beast of a gift with serious plough pulling power. This yak will help feed and clothe young boarding school children who cannot be fed by families who live far away over mountainous terrain. A yak can also provide nutritious, calcium-rich milk to drink and cook with; thick, warm wool to knit winter clothes with; and a way of carrying produce to market to help families lift themselves out of poverty.
What happens now:
1. Buy your gift for Save the Children.
2. We email you the voucher immediately.
3. Click on the link in the voucher and enter your Gift Aid details. If you are a UK taxpayer, the value of your gift can be increased by 25% under the Gift Aid scheme at no extra cost to you. This means a donation of £10 could be worth an extra £2.50 to Save the Children.
4. Your donation goes where it’s most needed. Each time you buy a gift you’ll be contributing to Save the Children’s vital work, with each gift covering a theme. When you buy a gift, your money will contribute to projects related to the gift theme. For example, if you buy a 'No Child Born to Die' survival kit, this falls in the health category. Therefore the money will always be spent on Save the Children's health programmes but not always on that specific item.
Because Groupon is all about finding new ways to get together and enjoy life, G-Team want to introduce the members of the Groupon community to communities all over the world. Based on the power of group action, Groupon believes that collective resources can tackle poverty and injustice more effectively.
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