UNICEF is supported entirely by voluntary contributions and the support from our corporate partners makes a significant contribution to our work.
What are the benefits?
Brand impact, profile and recognition, unrivalled expertise, media relations, global influence, the opportunity for networking and sharing learnings and to develop globally recognised cause-related initiatives.
Ways to support us
There are a variety of ways in which companies can work with UNICEF, including corporate donations, employee fundraising, customer engagement and cause-related marketing.
UNICEF UK's corporate partners.
Read testimonials from UNICEF UK's corporate partners about our great work together.
Fundraise at work
From bake sales to quiz nights, job swaps to dress down days, auctions to awards nights – fundraising at work is hugely fun and rewarding. It’s also a great way to enhance your working relationships and encourage team building.
Your company event
Events in support of UNICEF have included industry functions, ceremonies, parties, balls and fundraising dinners hosted by some of our very own ambassadors. If you are interested in organising a large scale special event for UNICEF then read on.
Companies and emergency giving
In an emergency, your company's support could help save the lives of some of the world’s most vulnerable children.
Contact UNICEF UK's corporate team.
Children: the next business agenda
Strategic partnerships and collaborative relationships with companies are critical for UNICEF to deliver results for children and to realise their rights.
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