UNICEF has built extremely good relationships with many organisations who support our work in a number of ways such as fundraising, raising awareness of the work that we do and adding their voices to our campaigns.

We are always looking for new organisations to become affiliated with, so if you would like more information please email helpdesk@unicef.org.uk or phone us on 0844 801 2414.

  • BT trekkers raise funds for UNICEF's work in Brazil © UNICEF UK/Brazil 2009/ Hugh Mehta

    Corporate partnerships UNICEF is supported entirely by voluntary contributions and the support from our corporate partners makes a significant contribution to our work.

  • A boy carrying his younger sibling in a sling pouch on his back © UNICEF/ HQ00-0194/Giacomo Pirozzi

    Trusts and foundations Find out how you can support UNICEF and make a grant through your charitable trust or foundation. Whatever the size of your organisation, you can make a positive impact on children's lives. 

  • UK schoolchildren.  © Howard Davies

    Schools There are lots of ways that your school can get involved with UNICEF and help us protect the rights of children. Take part in Day for Change, hold a fundraising event or make us your charity of the year. Whatever you choose to do we are here to help you every step of the way.  

  • A karate fundraiser for UNICEF in Glasgow. © Gillian Macnair

    Voluntary organisations UNICEF has built extremely good relationships with many professional community and voluntary organisations who support our work in numerous ways. For example, Soroptimists have raised funds for our Unite for Children, UNITE against AIDS campaign and Inner Wheel have supported maternal neonatal tetanus vaccinations. 

  • UNICEF On Campus university students. © UNICEF UK

    Universities Are you a student? Would you like to help UNICEF put it right for children around the world, improve your skills and make new friends? Then read on…  

  • Faith groups provide valuable support to UNICEF © UNICEF

    Faith groups Although UNICEF is a non-religious, apolitical organisation, faith-based organisations are important partners in UNICEF’s work in the UK and around the world. Religious leaders enjoy close and regular contact with communities, their voice is highly respected and they can be vital in influencing change.