We direct Global Guardian donations to wherever the need is greatest for children. Your donations and support will enable UNICEF to improve health, nutrition, water, sanitation and education for children in many of the world’s poorest countries.

Please watch and read below to hear why some of our committed Global Guardians donate to UNICEF’s work for children around the world.

Gary Sullivan, UNICEF UK Global Guardian:


Peter and Barbara Rogers, UNICEF UK Global Guardians:

"As supporters of UNICEF for many years, we continue to be impressed. Working at both government and community level, UNICEF maintains its independence: enabling its staff to work efficiently in so many different countries.

"Global Guardian support is essential to this work. By providing some regular, up-front finance, we enable UNICEF to move quickly, providing assistance and expertise as soon as it is needed for innovations, ongoing projects and breaking emergencies."

Janet Garton, Global Guardian since 2006:

"Being a Global Guardian makes me feel that I am playing a real part in UNICEF's work.

"My contact with the team, the events and the information I receive keep me updated on UNICEF’s progress for children.

"A highlight was joining a visit to the Supply Division headquarters in Copenhagen to see the vast scale and impact of UNICEF’s global logistical operation.

"Please join us and be part of this hugely rewarding community who are making children’s rights a reality."

To become a Global Guardian or find out more about making a significant donation, please contact Laura Clark on
020 7375 6135 or laurac@unicef.org.uk

Make a significant donation to UNICEF © UNICEF UK
Become a Global Guardian by making a significant donation to UNICEF. © UNICEF UK
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Your donation can help support child-friendly spaces where they are most needed. A child smiles as he speaks with a psychologist at a UNICEF-supported child-friendly space at a camp on the Tunisian border with Libya, March 2011© UNICEF/NYHQ2011-0488/Marta Ramoneda