Spike Productions is excited to announce the launching of its Basketful Relief Project (BRP). We are collaborating with artists of all talents to write, illustrate and publish beautiful children’s stories in hardcover format, accompanied by beautifully narrated online video.
Spike Productions’ Basketful Relief Project (BRP) is a proud supporter of organizations fighting world hunger and currently has a BRP Save the Children Yemen famine relief fundraising page. Join us by clicking the link and making a direct donation today.
After a book purchase, send us your email to let us know which book(s) you purchased and we will send you a private link to view/download the video version of the book as a free bonus! Narrated by professional story-teller Rachel Ann Harding, the videos are engaging and a fun way for any child to follow along with their own book. View the trailer videos to these stories here and consider a book purchase today!
The Little Book of Why video trailer, and Get to Bed! video trailer.
Why Spike Productions’ Basketful Relief Project (BRP) is a proud supporter of Save the Children Famine Relief Efforts in Yemen
Embroiled in civil conflict since 2011 and civil war since 2015, Yemen is experiencing the world’s worst man-made humanitarian disaster. As war continues, the UN says it is on the brink of the world’s worst famine in 100 years. Twenty-two million people are in urgent need of help, half of them children who are facing a triple threat – hunger, disease and bombs on a daily basis. Save the Children estimates more than 100 young children are dying from extreme hunger every single day.
Save the Children (STC) is on the ground in Yemen, working to help the most vulnerable access food, healthcare and education.
- STC has treated over 150,000 children under five suffering from malnutrition and is supporting health facilities and mobile health and nutrition teams in some of the hardest to reach areas.
- STC is supporting over 150 health facilities to provide life-saving primary healthcare, and responding to outbreaks of cholera and diphtheria.
- STC is distributing food to young children, pregnant women and breastfeeding moms.
For more information and current updates, visit the Save the Children website on Yemen, here.
Join us by clicking the link and making a direct donation today.