Every day, 15,000 children under the age of five die – most from preventable causes. That’s why Save the Children and GSK joined forces in 2013. By combining their global expertise, skills and resources, with the joint ambition to help build a world where no child under the age of five dies from preventable causes
Together we have achieved a great deal. And we need to carry on. By delivering long-term health programmes, helping to strengthen countries’ healthcare systems, finding new treatments and for advocating for local, national and global change.
We have also helped children and families in poorer communities within emergency settings, by supporting Save the Children’s emergency appeals. Ranging from the Refugee Crisis in 2016, Ebola response work in 2014 and more recently the COVID-19 appeal.
Since the partnership began, GSK employees have played an integral part in supporting Save the Children, with employees from across the globe carrying out a variety of activities. We are so proud to share that to date employees have raised over £4 million for the world’s most vulnerable children.