Trudie Styler

Unicef UK Ambassador

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Trudie Styler, film producer, environmentalist, humanitarian and actor, is a long-standing supporter of Unicef.

She was appointed Ambassador in July 2004. The following year, in November 2005, Trudie received the highest accolade bestowed on a Unicef Ambassador – the Danny Kaye Humanitarian Award – for her commitment to Unicef.

In 2005, Trudie visited Sri Lanka to witness emergency education being provided by Unicef and the following year Jemima Goldsmith and Trudie visited projects supporting Unicef’s Build it Back Better campaign in Pakistan after the earthquake in 2005.

Through fundraising events Trudie has helped to raise millions for Unicef’s work. You can also help us reach more children around the world to keep them safe and help them grow up happy and healthy.

Trudie visits Unicef-supported rebuilding projects after the deadly 2005 earthquake in Pakistan.
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Following a Unicef trip to Ecuador in 2009, Trudie has been committed to supporting water projects with Unicef and the Rainforest Fund to deliver clean water to communities living in the highly polluted areas of the Ecuador rainforest.

On 20 October 2011 Trudie Styler and Sting were presented with the Children’s Champion Award in Boston. This award was presented to them by Unicef to honour the exceptional commitment they have shown to improving children’s lives across the world.

Trudie continues to be an advocate for Unicef.

Trudie in Sri Lanka in 2005 visiting schools benefiting from Unicef's emergency response after the tsunami in 2004
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