We & Save the children Germany registered association

The future is a child of the present

Christoph August Tiedge (1752 - 1841), German writer


Every day, Save the Children teams work hard to improve the lives of children around the world. Nobody can achieve great goals alone. That's why the support of you and us as a company is so important. Thank you for supporting us!


Join us in working towards a world in which all children can live healthy and safe lives and grow up freely and self-determinedly.
now and give children a chance.

As a donation partner, we at Little Foxx make it possible to reach even more children worldwide and give them a better future. Join us and become part of this support for children in need!

From now on you have the option of rounding up your invoice amount with a tip when you check out in our store. The entire team at Little Foxx Online Concept Store donates your tip amount.
We will also do regular campaigns to collect additional donations and these too
Save the children Deutschland eV.


For 100 years, Save the Children has pursued the goal of giving the world's most disadvantaged children a healthy start in life, giving them access to basic education and protecting them from war and conflict. After the First World War there was great hardship in Germany. Children particularly suffered from the omnipresent hunger. Eglantyne Jebb and her colleagues from the Save the Children Fund mobilized help for the children of the enemy.
Today we are active for children in 120 countries. Our vision is a world in which all children can live healthy and safe lives and grow up independently. Because every child has the right to a future – no matter where they are born.
Save the Children has been awarded the donation seal of the German Central Institute for Social Issues, which certifies that the children's rights organization uses funds efficiently and handles donations appropriately.

With our unrestricted corporate donation, we help achieve these goals.
Non-earmarked donations enable Save the Children to be active where children's needs are greatest in the world. Particularly in regions that receive less media attention, they can secure their projects and their work for children and their families.


In the fight against hunger and malnutrition
Around 5.9 million children die before their fifth birthday every year, almost half of them because they don't get enough to eat. Hunger weakens children, making them vulnerable to illnesses such as diarrhea and pneumonia.
Malnutrition is a widespread problem. Save the Children identifies malnourished children and provides them with nutritious special food and medical treatment in stabilization centers. In addition, in Save the Children's nutrition programs, parents learn how to prepare particularly nutritious food with little money and available resources.

Enabling better educational opportunities
Poverty, armed conflict and other humanitarian crises are the main reasons why children cannot go to school. Some school systems also disadvantage certain groups, for example girls or children with disabilities. Save the Children works to ensure that children can realize their right to education. In numerous educational projects, we enable girls and boys to attend school for the first time, help to improve the quality of teaching and create teaching options for children in crisis situations.

Child protection in crises and conflicts
On the run, separated from their families, recruited as child soldiers, forced to do harmful work: millions of children are at risk of becoming victims of exploitation, violence, neglect and abuse. Our job is to do everything we can to ensure that children at risk are protected.
Child protection is particularly important in crises and conflicts as well as when fleeing. Save the Children builds so-called “Child Friendly Spaces” in crisis regions around the world to offer children a safe place to play and learn. Here children usually also receive psychosocial care in order to process their experiences from war or flight. We also look after children who were separated from their families while fleeing. We register them, place them in foster families and try to locate their relatives.