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Join our One Family Coalition and make a difference

in the humanitarian crisis at the border.


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100% of all donations go to them.

We've partnered with Save the Children and are donating our products, money and time to ease what is certainly the most difficult time in their lives.


If you would like to be a part of this coalition of business leaders, please email us at

We stand united as one family in support of those families in need.

We are business leaders across the technology, entertainment, advertising, media and marketing industries that have come together as concerned citizens forming a "coalition of the willing" to help the migrant children and families at the heart of the humanitarian crisis at the border.


This isn't about politics. It's about seeing children and families in desperate need and doing something - pooling our collective resources to help.


Donate Money

A donation to Save the Children’s United States Programs Support fund can help them deliver lifesaving and life-changing aid to the vulnerable children and families during this humanitarian crisis at the border.  Even if its just a small amount, every dollar helps and will go directly to the efforts on the ground at the border.

Donate Products

A donation of your company's products to Save the Children can make all the difference for migrant children and families as they literally have nothing as they navigate the asylum process alone with no resources.  Whether its shoes and clothes, toothbrushes and deodorant, phone cards or phones, every little bit helps.

Donate Time

A donation of your time is invaluable to Save the Children’s United States Programs Support aiding the children and families at the heart of the humanitarian crisis at the border.  There are many ways to volunteer and the One Family Coalition will be organizing regular trips to Save the Children's border shelters to help those in need.

For the full list of products needed click here


Save The Children & Jennifer Garner in New Mexico

Immigration officials say there’s no room to house the surge of asylum seekers in federal facilities. An NBC News exclusive report is showing how the federal government is now leaning on small border towns like Deming, New Mexico, to welcome migrants. NBC’s Cynthia McFadden reports for TODAY.

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