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What would you like for your birthday? Before you plan to blow out your birthday candles, can we do something different? Let's not make wishes this year. Wishes are wonderfully whimsical, however, they're not enough to save lives. Did you know that according to Save the Children, each day approximately 15,000 children will die before celebrating their 5th birthday? I wish it wasn't a reality that an overwhelming majority of these children will die from preventable and treatable causes. You can join me by inspiring family, friends, and social good supporters across the US to donate their birthdays for kids with preventable diseases. It's an honor for me to partner with Save the Children to raise awareness for this important cause. I'm gifting you with the awareness of how you can donate your birthday to Save the Children.
How You Can Donate Your Birthday to Save the Children
"For 100 years, Save the Children has been giving children in the US and around the world a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm. When crisis strikes, they are always among the first to respond and the last to leave. They do whatever it takes to save children, transforming their lives and the future we share."
Imagine the feelings of satisfaction you'd experience by making your birthday an amazing cause for celebration. Share your generosity by raising awareness when you donate your birthday with a fundraiser for Save the Children. Your support to social causes is helping to change the world, giving more children the opportunity to enjoy living to see another birthday.
Make a wish then put in the work to support Save the Children. Here's how to donate your birthday to benefit Save the Children. Visit the Save the Children website to register, informing family and friends that gifting donations to charity instead of personal gifts this year will give children in the United States and around the world opportunities to grow and learn in safety.
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