The story of Save the Children is one of hope and deeply passionate and committed people, determined to make the world a better place for all our children.
As a global movement, operating in over 120 countries, last year the Save the Children movement directly reached 56.3 million children.In South Africa, we work across five provinces – Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Free State, Limpopo and KwaZulu- Natal, and our programmes have supported 66,826 children directly this year. In addition, we meaningfully engaged with children’s families and broader support systems and so, 83,437 people in total benefited from our programmes.
Nathan Stubbs, a supporter of Save the Children and avid adventurer, has witnessed first hand the work that Save the Children does in South Africa, and this has moved him to use his summit of Mount Kilimanjaro as an opportunity to raise funds and awareness for the organisation.
"Although this did start off as a personal journey, it has become something so much more."
Follow Nathan's journey as he takes on Africa's giant for children - and support his cause to make a difference in the lives of children in South Africa.