Partner with UNICEF to help save children’s lives together.
Partnering with us has the potential to create significant, long-term impact for children around the world, raising vital funds for our work while simultaneously delivering business and brand results that matter for your customers and employees.
With a presence in over 190 countries and 90% brand recognition, we match the footprint of our partners, enabling investment and activation globally. Our expert and experienced team will support you in building a bespoke and innovative partnership that resonates with your business and ensures we can be there for every child.
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JOIN US ON THE FRONT LINE IN EMERGENCIES
When disaster strikes, speed of response is crucial. Our Corporate Emergency Partners raise vital funds through bespoke and innovative emergency partnerships to help us to reach the most vulnerable children with essential humanitarian aid as quickly as possible.
BUILD YOUR BRAND PURPOSE
With over 90% global brand awareness, partnering with us can help your business develop a social purpose.
With Unilever, for example, we are helping Domestos achieve their brand’s social purpose to defeat poor sanitation. In partnership, we are tackling the dangers of open defecation and helping 25 million people get improved access to a toilet.
DRIVE CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT AND LOYALTY
Engage with your customers and drive sales through customer-related marketing campaigns.
Through our global partnership with Louis Vuitton, for example, we invite customers to make a promise to help children in urgent need by purchasing a specially designed pendant or bracelet, and sharing their pledge on social media.
SCALE INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS
Utilise your business’s expertise and resources to respond to global challenges and drive innovation at scale.
We launched our global partnership with technology company ARM to urge innovators to develop meaningful digital solutions to improve access to safe, clean water and sanitation in urban areas. The Global Grand Challenge Exploration received 500 proposals from 47 different countries, eventually investing in 15 solutions.