Save the Children & Julianne Moore Limited Edition Valentine’s Cards

This Valentine’s Day, give children living in poverty a lifelong love of reading to help break the lifelong cycle of poverty, one Valentine at a time.

Save the Children Julianne Moore

Save the Children’s U.S. Programs and the organization’s artist ambassador Julianne Moore have invited beloved children’s book authors and illustrators Ian Falconer, Kevin Henkes, Leuyen Pham, Brian Selznick and Mo Willems to design limited-edition Valentine’s cards benefiting Save the Children’s U.S. Programs “Love to Read, Read to Live” campaign.

More than 60 percent of low-income households have no books at all in their homes and only about one-third of American fourth-graders are proficient in reading. When poverty is added into the mix, a student who can't read on grade level by 3rd grade is 13 times less likely to graduate on time than his or her more proficient peers.

For a $25 tax deductible donation, purchasers get a 30-card boxed set of limited-edition Valentines and all proceeds go to Save the Children to support education, health and resiliency programs in the United States.

To give your child Valentines that keep on giving, order your cards by February 6 to ensure delivery on time for Valentine’s Day! Save the Children’s Valentine’s Day cards are available at www.savethechildren.org/valentines or by calling 1-800-728-3843.

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