Save the Children was established in Western Australia in 1946 when they collected 20,000 garments and woollen blankets to help refugee children after World War II.
From the Pilbara to Perth, you can support West Australian children whilst having fun and meeting other great people committed to making the world a more just place for future generations. It's easy. Simply volunteer to be part of one of the five Save the Children member branches around Western Australia, run a book sale or organise a fundraiser.
You'll be helping Save the Children to reach Western Australian children with early education, youth activities and family support.
Save the Children programs in Western Australia reflect the breadth and diversity of the state, from the Kimberley and the Pilbara to Perth. They are committed to supporting children and young people in some of the most remote and disadvantaged communities. They tackle issues at a community level and their work is focused on early childhood development, youth engagement and family support.
There are many ways to get involved with Save the Children and top help them fundraise:
Run a fundraiser- morning tea with gold coin donation/Have a sale to sell clothes to each other- sell clothes to friends and donate funds raised to Save the Children