Save The Children sends donor DVDs

Save The Children is to send DVDs to its members to encourage them to keep donating.

'Children in Emergencies' will focus on current members, who will receive a film showing what their money has achieved.

'Through the humanitarian disaster in Niger, Hurricane Katrina and the Asian tsunami, the British public have been amazing,' said media and marketing manager Rosie Jordan.

In December The Sun and the Daily Mail will run features in conjunction with the charity.

Last week Save The Children criticised the international community for its 'poor' response to the Pakistan earthquake.

Emergencies director Toby Port said richer nations should 'hang their heads in shame' for not doing enough for survivors.

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