8 Photos, 8 Things You Never Knew — About How UNICEF Saves Lives

 

All photos courtesy of UNICEF: From top: © UNICEF/NYHQ2013-1222/Maitem, ©UNICEF/PFPG2013P-0513/Maitem, ©UNICEF/UKLA2014-04951/Stephenson, ©UNICEF/NYHQ2012-1735/Sokol, ©UNICEF/SUDA2014-XX634/Noorani, ©UNICEF/ETHA_2014_00095/Ose, ©UNICEF/DENM2013-00259/ANRUF.dk, ©UNICEF/BANA2014-00602/Mawa, ©UNICEF/BANA2006-01297/Siddique

Iconic Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF Campaign Goes Digital with 2014 Spokesperson Zendaya

New York (September 2, 2014) – Actress, platinum recording artist and author Zendaya, this year’s Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF spokesperson, is asking kids in the U.S. to make a difference in the lives of other kids by raising funds for UNICEF’s lifesaving programs. Zendaya will be appearing as a “Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF superhero” in print, online, and broadcast public service announcements to encourage participation in the 64-year-old American tradition.

My UNICEF Global Citizen Leadership Program Experience

As a high school junior, I am involved with outreach activities and leadership programs that help the community, but when I heard about the pilot UNICEF Global Citizen Leadership Program, it sounded different.  I always thought of UNICEF as a great organization that helps kids in need around the world. Early this summer in a SAT prep program, Ms. Salisberry, my college advisor, suggested I apply to the Global Citizen Leadership Program—and I was happy to find out I was accepted.

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