By using a UNICEF credit card, you can help protect children's rights without it costing you a penny.

UNICEF receives contributions from MBNA, the card issuer, at no extra cost to you. We receive £20 when you use your card within 90 days of the account opening and 25p for every £100 you spend on card purchases.

16.9% variable on card purchases, equivalent to 16.9% APR representative (variable), based on a credit limit of £1,200

For more information and to apply please call 0800 028 2440 and quote "UNICEF".

How you can help children

Each time you go to the cinema, buy petrol, book a holiday or do your food shopping, you will help to make a difference to the lives of children.

  • £10 could provide 15 children with vaccinations against killer diseases.
  • £20 could provide water kits supplying two families with safe drinking water.
  • £50 could provide 5 birthing kits to help save the lives of 5 newborn babies.

Promotional rates will no longer apply from the beginning of any statement period during which you have breached your terms and conditions, for example if you haven’t paid on time or have gone over your credit limit. You cannot transfer balances between MBNA accounts.

The UNICEF Credit Card is issued by MBNA Limited. Registered Office: Stansfield House, Chester Business Park, Chester CH4 9QQ. Registered in England and Wales under company number 02783251. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. MBNA Limited is also authorised by the Financial Conduct Authority under the Payment Services Regulations 2009, Register Number: 204487 for the provision of payment services. Credit is available, subject to status, only to UK residents aged 18 or over.

Calls, online and/or Smartphone sessions (e.g. completing an application) may be monitored and/or recorded for quality evaluation, training purposes and to ensure compliance with laws and regulations.

 
Two-year-old Richi splashes water UNICEF/NYHQ2000-0578/Shehzad Noorani
Two-year-old Richi splashes water drawn for her bath in a small plastic basin in the village of Chandai, Bangladesh. The well was installed with UNICEF assistance.UNICEF/NYHQ2000-0578/Shehzad Noorani