You can do whatever you like to turn your pennies into pounds.Whatever you choose to do, browse our website to get some ideas and use our resources.
Remember to contact us to tell us about your event. You can download this form and order materials to use at your event, from posters and leaflets to collecting buckets .
If you need a bit of inspiration visit our fundraising ideas page or take a look at what other schools have been doing to raise money for UNICEF.
More fundraising resources are coming soon. At the moment you can visit our case study page to help you get everyone enthusiastic!
If you dont want to think up your own event, you can join in UNICEF's Schools Fundraising Event Day for Change.
Pupils at a Rights Respecting School in West Lothian have won recognition for promoting children's rights.28 March 2012
Thousands of children sent messages to the Prime Minister to mark the start of a year of action on children's rights.16 December 2011
John O’Dowd, the Education Minister in the Northern Irish Government, visited St Mary’s High School in Newry this week.7 December 2011
Gwenda Thomas, the Deputy Minister for Children and Social Services in the Welsh Government, visited Gwyrosydd Primary School this week.17 November 2011
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