There are many ways you can help in an emergency.
Make a donation
When a humanitarian emergency happens, it's a race against the clock to raise donations and reach the children who need our help.
Whether it's a typhoon, earthquake or a civil war, UNICEF needs to respond urgently to protect children in danger. If you donate to our Children's Emergency Fund, we can use those donations immediately to help children affected.
When a major conflict or natural disaster occurs, UNICEF launches an appeal for donations based on the needs of the country in question. During an emergency appeal, you can donate online, donate by SMS, donate by phone or by post.
Find out more about how emergency donations have helped save lives
You can also fundraise for UNICEF's emergency work. This could be anything from collecting donations in your local pub to running a marathon. For example, after the 2010 Haiti earthquake, seven-year-old Charlie Simpson raised over £200,000 in donations for children in Haiti by completing a five-mile sponsored cycle around his local park.
Spread the word
You can help let friends and family know about our emergency appeal and how to donate by retweeting and sharing our messages on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Instagram and YouTube.