Save the Children

"[The donation] has benefited not only the people who work at our headquarters, but also staff from the rest of the delegations who work in Spain and cooperate all over the world, and the children [in our programs who are suffering from] exclusion."

Spokesperson for Save the Children

Better Lives for Children in Spain and Beyond with Donated Technology

Save the Children is the oldest and largest private child protection organization in Spain. Since 1919, it has worked to improve the quality of life for children in Spain and more than 120 other countries. The organization's programs include education, health, nutrition, infant care, prevention of sexual abuse, and reunification of displaced children with their families. 

Its Every One campaign aims to reduce mortality of children under the age of five. Working towards this goal, Save the Children helped to train 84,906 health workers in developing countries in 2010. It hopes to train 400,000 by 2015. 

Through Proyecto Dono, the IT donation program for TechSoup Global partner Technosite, Save the Children received Microsoft products including Encarta and Windows XP upgrades. This donation benefited several delegation offices across Spain, including offices in Barcelona, Seville, Granada, Valencia, Toledo, and Vitoria.