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

 
 
  • Pampers field visit to UNICEF projects in Madagascar. © UNICEF UK/Madagascar 2006/Rebecca Hearfield

    What are the benefits? Brand impact, profile and recognition, unrivalled expertise, media relations, global influence, the opportunity for networking and sharing learnings and to develop globally recognised cause-related initiatives.

  • BT employees trek in Brazil to raise money for UNICEF.  © UNICEF UK/Brazil 2009/ Hugh Mehta

    Ways to support us There are a variety of ways in which companies can work with UNICEF, including corporate donations, employee fundraising, customer engagement and cause-related marketing.  

  • A woman holds baby Abdoulrachid  © UNICEF/NYHQ2009-2569/Holtz

    Our partners UNICEF UK's corporate partners.  

  • Marcus Agius meets women from cooperatives who are supported by the 'Building Young Futures' partnership © UNICEF/Philippines 2009/Alquinto

    Testimonials Read testimonials from UNICEF UK's corporate partners about our great work together. 

  • Children play at a relief camp in Sri Lanka. © UNICEF/NYHQ2005-2283/Thomas

    Fundraise at work From bake sales to quiz nights, job swaps to dress down days, auctions to awards nights – fundraising at work is hugely fun and rewarding. It’s also a great way to enhance your working relationships and encourage team building. 

  • May 2011. A girl receives porridge at a food distribution point operated by the international NGO Action Contre la Faim and supported by UNICEF, in Duékoué, Côte d'Ivoire © UNICEF/NYHQ2011-0580/Olivier Asselin

    Companies and emergency giving In an emergency, your company's support could help save the lives of some of the world’s most vulnerable children. 

  • A Rwandan girl and a boy use a laptop. © UNICEF/NYHQ2007-1397/Giacomo Pirozzi

    Contact us Contact UNICEF UK's corporate team.  

  • In Guinea-Bissau, a girl stands in her home in Cansate Village, near Bissau, the capital. Children’s rights are an essential investment in our sustainable future. © UNICEF/NYHQ2008-1775/Giacomo Pirozzi

    Children: the next business agenda Strategic partnerships and collaborative relationships with companies are critical for UNICEF to deliver results for children and to realise their rights.