UNICEF United States Fund
How to Help
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Where UNICEF Works
Central African Republic
U.S. Fund Initiatives
Black History Month Faith-based Initiative
UNICEF Tap Project
Planned Giving Donors
Audrey Hepburn Society
High School Clubs
African American Churches and Religious Organizations
Civil Society Partners
Athletes, Teams & Sports Leagues
Board of Directors
New York (Headquarters)
91% of Every $1 Spent Helps Kids
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