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Building A Better Future

Can you imagine what the future would look like if every child like Munni was given the education, the resources and the support they need to make their aspirations come true?

Munni was born into one of India’s most marginalised communities. Most girls in her position receive no education and are married by the time they are 13. For Munni it was different. Thanks to the determination of her mother and the support of Save the Children, she is attending school and has learned to read and write.

But her story doesn’t end there. Far from it.

Because although she is still only 16 years old, Munni is already teaching what she has learned to other girls and women in her community. “I look around and see many illiterate people,” she told us. “And I think, I will be able to help them and teach them.”

By including Save the Children in your Will, you can send real, practical support to the children of tomorrow. Children who – like Munni today – will be determined to make life better. Not just for themselves. But for their family, their friends, their community and their world.

Eleven-year-old Bilal has witnessed firsthand how war can destroy young lives in Syria. He has a wisdom and tenderness beyond his years and is always looking out for his little brother Faisal. 

The boys live in Jordan in a camp for refugees and while Faisal was born there, Bilal still remembers the home he fled in Syria. Now he is doing everything he can to make sure his little brother, Faisal, has a childhood worth remembering. 

The boys build forts, play with toys and run races. “I let Faisal win, because when he’s happy I am happy as well,” Bilal says. They play with their favourite teddy, too – a bear that Bilal loves because it travelled from Syria with him.

It’s undeniable that the children of tomorrow will inherit some major challenges: that despite remarkable progress, millions still live in poverty; the climate crisis is being felt worldwide; and in coming years growing numbers of displaced people and unresolved conflicts will intensify the burden on communities already struggling to cope. 

By including Save the Children in your Will, you really can give the children of tomorrow the resources they will need to build a better future. Whether you are creating a new Will or updating an existing one, including Save the Children is straightforward. And no matter what size, its impact will enormous. Because no-one could possibly make better use of it, than the children of tomorrow. 


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