Unicef and Garnier launched their three-year partnership in 2017 to help children all over the world receive the lifesaving and life-changing support they need to survive and thrive during emergencies. In the first two years Garnier customers and employees have raised an incredible 3 million euros and helped UNICEF transform children’s lives around the world.
Right now, one in four children worldwide lives in danger, often because of natural disaster or conflict. For children in emergencies education is lifesaving. It not only gives them the chance to build a better future for themselves, but it also provides a sense of normality in the most confusing and dangerous situations. Within days of an emergency, Unicef helps provides children with somewhere safe to learn and play. We help set up temporary classrooms and provide schools-in-a-box, so that children can continue to learn and play with their friends.
To date, funds have been used to help children in Jordan, Yemen, Bangladesh and India get the support they need to live, learn and play, even in emergencies. For example last year, thanks to Garnier’s support Unicef was able to provide quality education for 130,000 refugee children in Jordan to help them have the chance of a better future.
In 2019 Garnier is committed to continuing its support to Unicef and plans on raising a further £1.6 million globally to ensure Unicef can continue its vital work with children worldwide.
This summer we launched our first UK Garnier and Unicef product activation on some of Garnier’s most well-loved brands including Micellar Water and Ultimate Blends. For every special stickered product purchased in Asda stores, Garnier will donated £1 to Unicef.*
As part of Unicef and Garnier’s ongoing partnership, the funds from special stickered products will ensure Unicef can continue its vital work with children in emergencies. Right now, 75 million children are out of school because of war or disaster but with the 1 bottle = £1 donation* campaign it couldn’t be simpler to help make a difference to children’s lives.
*Garnier will donate £1 to Unicef for every ‘stickered’ Garnier product sold from 20 June up to a maximum of £445,000, while stocks last. Globally, Garnier will donate at least £1.6 million in 2019 in support of Unicef’s mission to help all children survive and thrive, even when facing emergencies. This year, Unicef aims to help over 10 million children access education in emergencies. Unicef does not endorse any company, brand, product or service. Unicef UK Registered Charity No 1072612 (England and Wales) , SC043677 (Scotland).