Joining together for children

Welcome to Global Guardians.

Whether you’re new to Unicef or have been a supporter for many years, we're delighted to invite you to join a growing group of individuals dedicated to supporting our global work for children.

Our Global Guardians are a very special group of people who have pledged significant support, and enjoy the opportunity to be closely involved with Unicef.

You can become a Global Guardian by committing to a minimum annual donation of £5,000 for a suggested three-year period.

Join today

As a Global Guardian you'll be in the company of like-minded people and together your donations and support will transform the lives of children in the poorest and hardest-to-reach circumstances.

Current Global Guardians include public and private professionals, philanthropists and family trusts.

Read our Global Guardians brochure.

Our promise to you

As a Global Guardian, you will:

  • have access to a dedicated team at Unicef UK to keep you on the inside track
  • be invited to events with fellow Global Guardians, often hosted by our Unicef Ambassadors at prestigious venues
  • receive personalised updates on our work
  • have access to Unicef expert briefings (via the web or in person at our London offices)
  • be invited to visit our Global Supply Division in Copenhagen, attending a special behind-the-scenes tour to see how we deliver life-saving supplies for children.

Please join us

We are changing children’s lives for good - wherever they are and whatever challenges they face. We have solutions, but we need investment.

Please join us and make your commitment to the world’s children by becoming a Global Guardian today.

To become a Global Guardian or find out more about making a significant donation, please contact Laura Clark on
020 7375 6135 or 

Find out more

Make a significant donation to UNICEF © UNICEF UK
Become a Global Guardian by making a significant donation to UNICEF. © UNICEF UK
Make a significant donation to UNICEF © UNICEF/NYHQ2007-1367/Pirozzi
Your donation can help children like these pupils spread out in a circle at the primary school in the village of Kigeyo in Rwanda. UNICEF, in partnership with Right to Play and other NGOs, supports sports and other organised recreation and play activities in schools.© UNICEF/NYHQ2007-1367/Pirozzi

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