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Our Supporter Care team look forward to answering your questions, hearing your feedback and helping you with your support of Unicef UK.

You may find the answer to your question in either our Donation FAQs, or our Fundraising FAQs. If you’d still like to get in touch, you can contact us via:

  • Telephone: 0300 330 5580 (Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm).
  • Text message: 07860 027 540 (UK residents only*. Please note our text service does not receive images.)
  • Email
  • Direct message via Twitter
  • Facebook

You can also write to us at:

Unicef House, 30a Great Sutton Street, London, EC1V 0DU

Cheques and postal orders must be made payable to Unicef UK.

If you’re contacting us about our telephone or face-to-face fundraising, please make sure you include your relevant telephone number or postcode.

Want to speak to a specific member of staff? Call our main switchboard on 0207 490 2388.

Are you a journalist? Get in touch with our Media team.

If you’d like to change the way that Unicef UK contacts you, why not complete our contact preference form.

Got an issue or need to make a complaint? Find out how.

Safety or welfare of a child

We’re unable to provide specialised advice or assistance in relation to individual cases of child abuse or neglect in the UK. If you think a child is in immediate danger, please dial 999.

If you’re concerned about the safety or welfare of a child, please contact your local authority social care department or the NSPCC 24 hour Child Protection helpline on 0808 800 5000.

Childline also provides a private and confidential service for children and young people and can be called on 0800 1111.

*Texts are charged at your standard network rate. This text number does not accept incoming calls.

Sanjay Maharjan, 5, smiles in UNICEF-supported tempoary learning center in Shree Rudrayanee Secondary School in Khokana

In 2015, donations from supporters helped us set up over 1,500 temporary schools in Nepal to ensure children like 5-year-old Sanjay could return to school following the earthquakes.
Unicef Nepal/Karki