Through a partnership with Save the Children you can help children in need directly, professionally and sustainably. Benefit from our competence and our network in the project countries. Give me a call, I will be happy to advise you!
As an international child rights organisation, we have been working since 1919 to ensure that every single child survives, learns and is protected. We can only achieve this goal with partners. From small and medium-sized companies to large international corporations, we work with a wide variety of partners.
Save the Children will work with you to find the right form of commitment. Because a suitable cooperation is the best basis for a long-term partnership with a lasting effect. Innovative approaches help us to achieve the best result for everyone.
The partnership with Save the Children - as a credible Swiss child rights organisation in a global network - has a positive effect on the public perception of your company. For example by increasing the satisfaction of your employees and your customers.
It is important for us that our partners share the same values as we do. That is why we check every company for human rights, children's rights, sustainability and social commitment.
Equal values, lived emotions and teamwork are the cornerstones of all successful partnerships. That is what connects us to Save the Children.
How we work together
Children are our future. Together with our partner companies, we therefore improve the lives of children worldwide. Join us and do something for children in need.
Save the Children will work with you to find the right form of engagement. You can find ideas on how you can help children in need on this page.
Donate an amount for each item sold in an assortment or for each service provided. Improve the future of the most deprived children in the world.
Give the customers of your online shop the option to donate an amount for children in need. The implementation is relatively simple and inexpensive and is rated very positively by online shoppers.
Campaigns and awareness raising
A central element of our work is also raising awareness of children's rights among the general public. Through joint activities and campaigns within the framework of a partnership, we can achieve additional reach and raise awareness for the protection of children's rights.
Place a donation box in your company and inspire your employees and customers to make a charitable gesture.
Behind every successful company are motivated employees who identify with the company's values and goals and have a strong sense of community. Whether it's a charity run or a cake sale, we'll show you various ways in which your employees can stand up for children's rights.
How we support you
Not only children in need benefit from your cooperation with Save the Children - but also you as a company. With us you have a solid and credible partner at your side. We support you professionally and respond to your individual needs.
Corporate Social Responsibility
We ensure that your company is presented holistically as a socially committed, sustainable company with public appeal. Child friendliness and social commitment are integrated into the business approach. We advise you competently and offer various solutions, e.g. with workshops on child protection/children's rights or presentations and internal or external events.
Save the Children offers your company the possibility of increased visibility through its own publications with high reach, our social networks and other communication channels.
Join Save the Children events, make contacts and help underprivileged children around the world. Contact us for more information!
Child rights and Business Principles
Save the Children is an international children's rights organisation with activities in over 120 countries and is ideally placed to be your child rights management consultant. We guide your business through a process that is tailored to your needs, including reviewing your value chain, policies and practices to find out where and how your activity affects children and their rights.