Ice Age Collision Course | Save the Children

Save the Children is partnering with 20th Century Fox for the upcoming July 22 release of “Ice Age: Collision Course”! By creating an ICE contact card for every child in your herd, your family can quickly reunify if separated. Download your Ice Age-themed cards today featuring beloved characters from the movie. Watch

The Arsenal Foundation Raises £1 Million

Arsenal players Kieran Gibbs, Olivier Giroud and Francis Coquelin have announced that The Arsenal Foundation has raised £1million for its global charity partner Save the Children. By working together, Save the Children and Arsenal can harness the power of football to inspire and transform children’s lives. Watch

Win a Holiday Party in Your Hometown with Bridgit Mendler!

Support Save the Children and Bridgit Mendler. Watch

Jennifer Garner #FindtheWords

On International Literacy Day on Sept. 8, Save the Children will join forces with actor and artist ambassador Jennifer Garner and other stars to host a day-long virtual word-a-thon and bring attention to the poverty-induced early learning gap. Watch

Lassie is ready... are you?

A true American icon, Lassie is used to saving the day. But she can’t be everywhere all the time. Do your part to protect children from disaster with Save the Children. Take the pledge and learn more here. Watch

The Simon Society - Sam Simon and Save the Children

Sam Simon talks about his philosophy of giving back and work with Save the Children. Watch

Stephen Hawking: I'm Giving My Voice (TV advert)

Professor Stephen Hawking gives his voice to Save the Children and the children of Syria. Watch

Save the Children - World Marathon Challenge 2013

Watch Disney’s Cameron Boyce, actress Isla Fisher, legendary Kenyan marathon runner Patrick Makau Musyoki, and Bollywood star Kunal Kapoor, hit the ground running in a new film to promote Save the Children's World Marathon Challenge for kids. Check out the cool moves by young acrobats, parkourists and free-runners from around the world. Watch

Breastfeeding Saves Lives: Isla Fisher in Brazil

Isla Fisher joins Save the Children in Brazil. Watch

Breastfeeding Saves Lives: Myleene Klass in the Philippines

Save the Children ambassador Myleene Klass travelled to Manila in the Philippines, where her mum is from, to find out how breastfeeding is saving lives. She meets Vilma, who has had four babies, to hear about her experience of breastfeeding, and visits a clinic to find out what Save the Children is doing to help. Watch

Breastfeeding Saves Lives: Natasha Kaplinsky in Sierra Leone

Save the Children ambassador Natasha Kaplinsky investigates the barriers to exclusive breastfeeding in Sierra Leone. Watch

Enough Food For Everyone IF: launch highlights

Highlights from the fantastic launch event for the Enough Food For Everyone IF campaign, which took place at Somerset House in London on 23 January, 2013. Featuring appearances by Bill Gates, Fay Ripley, Tamsin Greig, Lauren Laverne, Bill Nighy, Baaba Maal, Urban Voices Collective and many others. Watch

Speyside Sessions Teaser

Teaser for Kevin McKidd's folk album The Speyside Sessions, narrated by Ewan McGregor. Watch

Kevin McKidd Hollywood star speaks on East Africa Hunger Crisis

Kevin McKidd speaks on the East Africa Hunger Crisis and asks for support for Save the Children's work on the front lines. Watch

No Child Born To Die (ad film)

Helena Bonham Carter narrates this Save the Children video in support of their No Child Born to Die campaign. Watch

All The Way To Five

The most precious years of any life, and the most fragile. Save the Children is working with people like you to help children survive all the way to five. No child is born to die. Watch

Our Famous Friends

Find out what Simon Cowell, Martin Clunes Natasha Kaplinsky, Edith Bowman and Amanda Mealing were born to do, and see why a host of stars are backing the Save the Children's No Child Born to Die campaign. Watch

No Child Born To Die - Press Launch

Save the Children launched their “No Child Born To Die” campaign at an amazing full-house event in London hosted by Natasha Kaplinsky and attended by Alexandra Burke, Edith Bowman, Amanda Mealing, Prue Leith and Dr. Abhay Bang. Watch