We are grateful to the many celebrities and influencers who believe in the work we do and partner with us, to advance the rights of children in Canada and around the world. Through promoting our work they help to raise awareness and create lasting change for the children who need it the most.
Ms. Rachel, an educator whose musical early learning videos have generated billions of views, partners with Save the Children to support children to get what they need to succeed.
Max is a remarkable nine-year-old pianist and vocalist from Toronto, Canada. From an early age, Max showed an aptitude for music, and at the age of five, he started playing the piano. Max’s passion and talent for music has also given him a sense of purpose. He is a champion for children’s rights and is committed to helping children affected by war and crises such as the earthquakes in Türkiye and Syria, and the conflict in Ukraine. Using his talents, Max hosts Instagram live concerts, performing covers of popular songs by renowned artists. Max’s efforts have been incredibly successful, and he has raised more than $15,000 for Save the Children.
Celebrity chef and television host Roger Mooking, is a long standing Save the Children supporter, dedicated to raising awareness for our work on gender equity, education and emergency response in Canada and throughout the world. Roger has created unique content for our Kids Hub page, encouraging families to spend time together while cooking!
Children entertainer Taes, also known as Boots, from “Splash’N Boots,” is committed to raising awareness and giving a voice to vulnerable children around the world. She has provided Save the Children with creative programming to help children and families tackle the “hard stuff”, including death, divorce, bullying, and anxiety, through innovative and engaging meditations. Taes believes all children should feel safe, heard, loved, and empowered to face the challenges life may bring their way!
Actor Cobie Smulders supports Save the Children’s work for kids and families in vulnerable conditions in the U.S., Canada and around the world.