That’s the power of shopping at Olivela. Children in all 50 states across the country are adapting to new learning environments. That’s why we partnered with Save the Children and No Kid Hungry’s #SAVEWITHSTORIES campaign to help provide meals & essential supplies to children and families affected by coronavirus-related school closures. Thanks to you—our Olivela community—we reached this momentous milestone.
As the pandemic forces new problems on struggling families, it has put children’s futures at even higher risk. Save the Children regularly checks in on families across its program communities. Coaching parents on assisting with kids’ lessons, providing critical learning materials and helping supply essentials like food, diapers & more are just a few of the outreach efforts.
This is Jansen, who is enrolled in a Save the Children Head Start program in Louisiana, helps his mother carry food inside from a Save the Children bus delivery. Save the Children continues to distribute essential materials to children in rural America in the wake of coronavirus-related school closures. In one day, the Save the Children team in Cocke County, Tennessee distributed nearly 400 nutritious breakfasts & lunches and 130 books to children from the elementary school they support.
-Jill, Save the Children liaison