Special Offers From Our Corporate Partners
UNICEF Partners Offer Unique Ways to Help Save Children's Lives.
Several of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF's corporate partners have created special product offerings or other creative options to help UNICEF in its mission to fight for the survival and development all children.
For the fifth year, Giorgio Armani Fragrances returns as the National Sponsor of the UNICEF Tap Project, a U.S. Fund for UNICEF initiative that helps UNICEF provide clean water, sanitation and hygiene education for children worldwide. Once again, through Giorgio Armani Fragrances’ “Acqua for Life” campaign, fans of Acqua di Giò for Men and Acqua di Gioia for Women can support the UNICEF Tap Project through their purchase of a spray cologne or gift set. From March 1-31, 2014, for every purchase of these fragrances at retailers nationwide, Giorgio Armani will donate $5 to support the UNICEF Tap Project. With $5, UNICEF can provide water purification tablets to ensure a child has safe, clean water for 200 days.
In addition, the company will donate the funding equivalent of one day of water for a child in need every ten minutes a user goes without their phone on the UNICEF Tap Project mobile web app at www.uniceftapproject.org, up to $75,000, from March 1-31, 2014, to support UNICEF water and sanitation programs. Giorgio Armani Fragrances will make a minimum guaranteed donation of $500,000 from all Acqua for Life promotions during this period.
For more information, visit www.armanibeauty.com.
The Gucci ‘Nice’ bag, especially designed by Creative Director Frida Giannini, is sold in support of UNICEF, with 25% of the retail price benefiting “Schools for Africa” and “Schools for Asia” initiatives.
As a long-term UNICEF partner, Gucci has contributed over $18 million (USD) to UNICEF’s projects, and as a result is helping more than 6 million children in sub-Saharan Africa to access a better education.
This pink-tan leather tote is available in Gucci stores worldwide and at www.gucci.com until May 31, 2014.
Continuing its commitment to the importance of reading and writing, Montblanc launched its fourth collaboration to support UNICEF’s education programs: the “Signature for Good” initiative. This collection—featuring carefully crafted writing instruments, leather products, jewelry and cufflinks with a symbolic brick motif symbolizing UNICEF’s Schools for Africa campaign—is part of a yearlong charity initiative to support UNICEF’s efforts to ensure that children in Africa, Asia and Latin America have access to a quality education.
Montblanc has pledged $1.5 million to UNICEF through a global cause-marketing campaign. For every piece in the “Signature for Good” collection purchased in the U.S. between February 23, 2013, and March 31, 2014, in Montblanc boutiques and partner retailers, Montblanc will donate 10% of the retail price to support UNICEF’s education programs
Additional Offers that Benefit UNICEF
Have any loose change? Through UNICEF’s Change for Good program on American Airlines, travelers can make donations of foreign and domestic currency on selected American Airlines international flights or at Admirals Club® lounges and Flagship Lounges® worldwide. Every euro, pound, peso, yen, dollar, etc., donated will help UNICEF provide a healthier, happier future for children around the world.
Change for Good is an innovative partnership between UNICEF and the international airline industry. American Airlines has been the participating airline in the U.S. since 1994, making Change for Good one of American’s largest, and longest-running charitable programs.
Delta SkyMiles® members can put their unused frequent flier miles to good use by donating them to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. SkyMiles members can visit the link below for more information and to donate miles:
Delta SkyMiles members: www.delta.com/skywish