Fundraise Virtually for Coronavirus


Like us, you're probably feeling scared, confined, powerless, and maybe a little bit frustrated. We know that even in these uncertain times, you are looking to help in whatever ways you can, and this page was created just for YOU! Together, we can help children who really need it right now.

We're working around the clock to keep children healthy, safe and protected. In the United States alone, 30 million children who rely on school for both learning and meals need our help now.

Your fundraising will help make sure schools and community programs have the support they need to keep feeding hungry bellies and minds during the pandemic in some of rural America's poorest communities. You are also supporting our efforts around the globe, helping us to deliver medical supplies and host trainings to help health care workers protect themselves and prevent further spread of the disease in more than 100 countries.

We're in this together!

Share what you’re doing at home while raising funds & awareness!

  • How to get started?
    • Create a fundraising page here and set your own goal! Let everyone know what you’re doing at home during this time & share your fundraising page link via email and your social channels, and tag #StandWithSave
  • Get Active: run, walk, cycle, do yoga, jumping jacks, planking, host a virtual dance party with friends, plant a garden!
  • Get Creative: paint, play, sing, play music, cook
  • Get Playing: puzzle wars with friends, virtual Scrabble, board game challenges
  • Share what you are doing with us by sending your stories and photos to!

The opportunities are endless! Thanks for standing with Save the Children! We couldn’t do this without YOU!

Total Raised:

$62,129.30 of $65,000 Goal

Top Fundraisers

  1 -  Giveback Allscripts Giveback ($8,975.00)
  2 -  Amazon WiFi ($3,155.00)
  3 -  Ava Nicole Frances ($2,388.00)
  4 -  Camp Intellect Helen and Jason ($2,380.00)
  5 -  New York Blockchain Week NYBW ($2,135.00)
  6 -  Sophie, Anna & Carla Lenschow ($2,075.00)
  7 -  Mackenzie Norton ($1,848.00)
  8 -  Tristan Brown ($1,778.00)
  9 -  Jacquelyn Lazo ($1,620.00)
  10 -  Chasing Rainbows Casamento ($1,560.00)

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Top Teams

  1 -  SGOC 9th Grade Service Project ($1,200.00)
  2 -  AP French Language ($277.00)
  3 -  Team Oliver ($219.00)
  4 -  Young Patrons Halloween 5K ($25.00)
  5 -  Achievement Alliance ($10.00)

Why we fundraise


Alan Thompson, 67, is completing a fundraiser riding around the perimeter of the United States. Thompson said, "I've had my fair share of adventure in life, so the main purpose here is to generate funds for Habitat For Humanity and Save the Children. If I can do that, then it will be an effort well intentioned and spent." You are our hero, Alan!


Best friends Jon Fain and Rick Rowan climbed Time Wave Zero, a 2100 ft. vertical route in Mexico, which entailed 2 hours of hiking, 14 hours of climbing and several hours of rappelling...all for Save the Children. Jon said, "Rick and I aren't professional climbers by any means. We are just two guys who enjoy climbing and wanted to do it for a cause. The idea of this is that you can be a regular person and make a run at something difficult in order to do some good."


Within one month of the deadly 2015 earthquake in Nepal, the Staples High School Varsity Swim Team and The Westport Water Rats dove in to help. By creating the "Swim for Nepal," a five-hour swim event, they were able to raise over $43,000 to benefit Save the Children’s relief efforts there. More than 175 swimmers, ranging in age from 6 to 18, took part. The "Swim for Nepal" remains one of the most successful school fundraisers in our history.


"It was my husband Mark’s idea to have our friends and family donate to Save the Children for our son Noah’s first birthday. He thought of it after we ran in the Disney charity races and learned about the wonderful things Save the Children does," says Celeste Kanpurwala. "We were thrilled that we raised over $1,600 from our generous friends and family! We had 125 people at Noah’s big birthday bash held at our local elementary school."


As Julia prepared for her bat Mitzvah, her synagogue also required a "mitzvah project” from everyone undertaking this traditional rite of passage. "We had to do something to help others on a large scale," Julia explains. “I decided I wanted to raise money for a charity, and I chose Save the Children because I’m 13 and thought it would be very special to help other kids. "I think this is an especially important cause because kids don’t have the same access to resources and help that adults do," she said.


"There’s just this incredible, incredible need out there, specifically for the children, to relieve some of their emotional suffering, but also in physical terms of getting basic needs met," Matt says. “And that means shelter and food." To help us meet those needs, he’s biking the Trans-America Trail, beginning in Virginia and traveling west to Oregon with a goal of raising $10,000. It will take him more than 4,000 miles from coast to coast. His goal? To raise money and awareness for Syrian refugees through Save the Children.


Twelve-year-old Riley writes: "Last spring, I read the young readers edition of Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson and Under the Persimmon Tree in school. Both of these books inspired me to help the children in war-torn areas, especially in the Middle East. "I have never been one to sit around, so I went straight to my local church and set up a bake and craft sale. I held a fundraiser for your organization and managed to raise over $500 for the children!"