For any enquiry about Unicef's work for children, please contact our Supporter Care team:

By Telephone: 0300 330 5580 (Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm)
By Email: Contact our Supporter Care Team

Or Write to us at: Unicef House, 30a Great Sutton Street, London, EC1V 0DU

If you have a query regarding any contact received from Unicef UK via telephone, please remember to include your relevant telephone number so that we can locate your details.

Cheques or postal orders should be made payable to Unicef UK and sent to our mailing address.                                    

If you have a question regarding your donations to Unicef UK, our Donation Frequently Asked Questions may also have the answer for you.

In addition, we have Fundraising Frequently Asked Questions for Unicef.

For Rights Respecting School enquiries please email education@unicef.org.uk

For the Baby Friendly Initiative enquiries please email bfi@unicef.org.uk

For order enquiries, Unicef cards and gifts and Inspired Gifts:

Unicef
PO Box 25
Melton Mowbray
Leicestershire LE13 1ZG
Tel: 0344 888 5505
Email: cards@unicef.org.uk

Inspired Gifts catalogues/orders - inspiredgifts@unicef.org.uk

For publications and educational resources:

Unicef
PO Box 621,
York House,
Wetherby Rd,
York YO26 0EX
Tel: 0844 801 2413
Email: unicefeducation@mosaic-fs.co.uk

For Baby Friendly resources and materials: bfi@unicef.org.uk

For press and media enquiries:
Unicef UK Media Relations team
Tel: 020 7375 6030
Email: media@Unicef.org.uk

Our main office and mailing address is:
Unicef House
30a Great Sutton Street
London
EC1V 0DU
Tel: 0207 490 2388
Fax: 0207 250 1733


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At the community health centre in Balbala, Djibouti, severely malnourished children like Jamila are given one week’s supply of plumpy nut.  © UNICEF 2012/Gemma Parkin/Djibouti
At the community health centre in Balbala, Djibouti, severely malnourished children like Jamila are given life-saving peanut paste. © UNICEF 2012/Gemma Parkin/Djibouti