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Save the Children Connection Numbers

Save the Children Number
Head Office 0843 208 1745
Save the Children Complaints 0843 208 1745
Customer Services 0843 208 1745

By calling the above numbers, we can connect you to those Save the Children departments. All calls to this number cost 7 pence per minute, plus your telephone network access charge. Please note we are not associated with any of the companies listed on this website. We offer a call connection service.

Save the Children Head Office Address

Department Address
Head Office
  • St Vincent House, 30 Orange Street, London, WC2H 7HH, UK

Save the Children Head Office Opening Hours

Department Opening Hours
Head Office Customer Service Monday-Friday: 9am – 6pm

About Save the Children – 0843 208 1745

Save the Children’s full title is the Save The Children Fund and it is a non-governmental organisation that uses the money they raise to help support children living in developing countries by promoting their rights and providing relief to those affected by natural disaster and war. The organisation was established in 1919 and as well as the UK-based organisation there are 29 other Save the Children groups, who are all members of the Save the Children International. The fund was originally founded in London.

Save the Children Charity – 0843 208 1745

Focussing on the rights and well-being of children all over the world, the Save the Children charity raises its money in a number of different ways. The work of the global children’s charity can be viewed online on their website and you can exactly where your money goes. There are detailed graphs and figures on how the organisers at Save the Children aim to use and spend your money. At the moment, you can view exactly how much income Save the Children raised in 2015 and how they spent it helping children not only to survive and be safe but also to strive and learn. Their total income for 2015 was £390 million of which 91% was spent on charitable activities. You can also find out more about the Save the Children’s expenditure, such as how they pay their staff and how they are totally committed to being transparent when it comes to aid spending. If you want to know what the Save the Children fund gets up to on their charitable activities you can read their blog posts that are updated regularly on their website. The posts include things that are going on in the news concerning children and raising awareness of the ways we can help them. Recent blog posts include the effects that the destruction of the Calais Jungle is having on the children that seek refuge there as well as what effects the fighting in Iraq is having on the wellbeing of children and families. The ‘Go Shopping’ category that is featured on the website is a direct link to the Save the Children shop. You can use the shop to buy Christmas cards, buy charity gifts and you can also locate your nearest Save the Children charity shop online. Charity gifts are a great way of donating to Save the Children as gift to somebody else, with the recipient knowing that their gift is going towards doing some amazing work for charity. Charity gifts include a range of items such as an essential baby kit, a food basket or even just a football to put a smile on a child’s face. All charity products can be viewed and ordered online – along with the chance to personalise each gift that you buy. Once the order has been added to your basket, you can proceed to the checkout and enter your recipient’s address. Please call the contact number for further delivery information or to complain if you have ordered anything from the online shop and it has not arrived on time. If you have received an item that is faulty or not as described, an adviser will help in resolving your issue.

Save the Children Fund – 0843 208 1745

The Save the Children fund is definitely a worthwhile organisation to get involved with, and becoming a part of it could not be easier. Simply visit Save the Children website where you can choose to volunteer or give monthly to the charity as well as fundraise yourself. To give regular support to Save the Children, choose between donating £3, £5 or £10 a month, each amount contributing greatly to the needs of a child, such as funding for malaria testing. Alternatively you can opt into the payroll giving scheme where you opt to donate a tax free payment every month, directly from your salary. For every £1 that Save the Children receive, 88p is spent towards the cause of the charity itself. If you prefer, you can make a one-off payment online towards the charity. If you prefer to do some fundraising, rather than just donating, you can view all of the events that are going on near you, including runs, cycles and a whole list of fundraising ideas if you wanted to create your own event. If you would like more information on how to do this, then please call the contact number.

Save the Children Jobs – 0843 208 1745

The work of volunteers at Save the Children is essential in making sure that the charity runs smoothly. If you would like to become a Save the Children volunteer, you can follow the link on the Save the Children website where you will be provided with an email address. You can send an email explaining a bit about yourself and why you think you would make a great volunteer for Save the Children. Whether that be a reader to children, a motivational speaker, a volunteer in the Save the Children shops or a promoter of the charity. To enquire about becoming a Save the Children volunteer, you can send your email to volunteersupport@savethechildren.org.uk.save the children Christmas jumper day

Save the Children Christmas Jumper Day – 0843 208 1745

Every year, Save the Children hold a Christmas Jumper Day (This year it will be Friday 16th December) to raise money for their charity. To wear your Christmas jumper, you will be charged a small donation of £2 that will go towards some of the projects that Save the Children are currently working on. Please call the contact number or visit the website if you would like to become a volunteer for Christmas Jumper Day this year.