Change starts here!
The Day for Change fundraising challenge saw thousands of students in schools across the UK and the world get involved to help malnourished children to grow up healthy and strong. The challenge was simple: Change something about your school day and collect as much change and cash as possible – helping to keep children safe from hunger.
Every pound raised will be matched by The Power of Nutrition, a charitable foundation, so fundraising will go even further for children.
Schools everywhere joined together to share their images and stories of the wonderful fundraising activities at #dayforchange
How can my school get involved?
The big Day for Change took place on Wednesday 24 May 2017 with schools participating in activites until the end of term.
If you would like to get involved with learning and fundraising with Unicef at your school you can:
Want to know the results of the staffroom sweepstake?
You might have seen Unicef UK Supporter Cel Spellman asking you how many coins were in his Day for Change jar. The results are now in – watch this video to see if you guessed right!
How can my school send in the money we’ve raised?
Once you’ve registered your school, you’ll receive a letter with your fundraising pack. This letter will include a unique paying-in slip as well as instructions on how to send in your donations.
If you have not received a welcome letter with a paying-in slip, please complete our sending in your money form, which you can download to the right, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, stating when you transferred your donations, including a note with the name and post code of your school.
For more information on how to get involved, please email email@example.com or call us on 0300 330 5580.