The UK Committee for UNICEF (UNICEF UK) raises money for UNICEF’s global work for children and advocates in the UK for the rights of the world’s children.
UNICEF UK was established in 1956 and is one of 36 UNICEF National Committees based in industrialised countries. It is a charitable company limited by guarantee and is governed by a Board of Trustees. The Board meets regularly to discuss governance matters, including the charity’s vision, mission and strategic direction.
The annual Trustees’ Report & Financial Statements gives details of the charity’s work in the previous financial year and constitutional information is included in the Memorandum & Articles of Association.
Our publication Achievements 2011 highlights some of our many achievements in saving, protecting and improving children’s lives.
UNICEF UK has a Conflict of Interest Policy for Trustees and, as recommended by the Charity Commission, the Policy is available for you to view.
Rt Hon Lord Ashdown of Norton-sub-Hamdon
Marc Bolland Tim ClarkLord Hastings of Scarisbrick CBEMark Makepeace Cathy TurnerTrustees
Ilse Howling, ChairGraham Badman CBEBaroness Sal BrintonProfessor Jagdish GundaraGlyn IsherwoodBaroness Anne JenkinBaroness Doreen E MasseySir Tony RedmondProfessor Mary RenfrewRobert L ScottProfessor Martin WoodheadCaroline ThomsonSurinder SharmaMargaret Cund
Harry PhindaLauren Eaves
UNICEF IS FUNDED ENTIRELY BY VOLUNTARY CONTRIBUTIONS.WE RECEIVE NO FUNDING FROM THE UN BUDGET© UNICEF UK. Registered charity England & Wales (1072612) Scotland (SC043677)