We need your help. There is a silent disaster, as deadly as tsunamis and earthquakes, occurring right now in East Africa. Millions of people, most of them innocent children, are at risk in the drought-stricken region, at least until the rainy season starts in about 100 days. Too many children, especially vulnerable to malnutrition and dehydration, have already perished.
Save the Children is already on the ground saving lives. They are rapidly providing food, water, medicine and crucial support to families who have lost their incomes. But they need our help.
Can you and your friends raise $100 – that’s $1 a day for 100 days – to help them keep a child alive until the rains come?
Please join our cause and invite your friends.
Thank you so much.