School Clubs

Today's students are shaping the future for children! Will you join us?

Save the Children Clubs are high school and college students who want to make a lasting, positive impact on the lives of children. By teaming up with us, you'll join a national network of student activists mobilizing their communities to take action for kids!

Through our unique and flexible program, you’ll build a school club to host fundraisers, meet with lawmakers, learn about issues affecting children in the US and around the world, educate your peers, and so much more! Students drive their own participation, so you can engage according to your interests. We provide all the support, training and resources you’ll need to be successful.

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Club Pride

Students at the Weston High School Save the Children Club were able to enlist the help of a local donut shop for a school club fundraiser.

Students at the Browning school in New York didn’t let a little rain stop them. They held a relay right in their school gym to benefit Save the Children!

More than 100 runners participated in the first ever Larchmont-Mamaroneck Color Run, organized by Mamaroneck High School Save the Children Club.

The Save the Children club at Adolfo Camarillo High School had the wonderful idea of initiating a recycling fundraiser.

“Save the Children has really made an impact on my life and what I aim to contribute to the world. I had such amazing leadership experiences after starting that club and I will forever be grateful.” - Maya, Save the Children Club President.