UNICEF USA Partner Products That Give Back

Partner Products that Give Back

Empowering Girls with STEM Education

The Serum

For every purchase of The Serum*, Clé de Peau Beauté makes a donation to UNICEF to support global education, employment and empowerment programs for girls, donating up to $2.9 million annually. The Serum is the flagship product for the ongoing #UnlockThePower #KeyToABetterWorld partnership campaign.

Learn more about the Clé de Peau Beauté and UNICEF USA partnership.

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Greeting cards

Hallmark has been designing, manufacturing and selling cards* in support of UNICEF since 2006, raising over $26 million to date. With funds from these cards, Hallmark has helped UNICEF deliver safe water, lifesaving nutrition and medication, education supplies and other services and support to vulnerable children worldwide. 

Learn more about the Hallmark and UNICEF USA partnership.

Image of square soap, one in its Solidarity Soap packaging and one without it, on a tan background with illustrated eyes

Solidarity Soap

A portion of the proceeds from each Solidarity Soap* purchase goes to providing vitamin A supplements to children, helping to prevent deficiencies that can lead to blindness. L’OCCITANE and UNICEF aim to reach 3 million beneficiaries — women and children — with vitamin A supplements and awareness by 2022.

Through product-based campaigns like the Solidarity Soap, L’OCCITANE has committed more than $1 million annually to UNICEF. 

Learn more about the L’OCCITANE and UNICEF USA partnership.

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Giorgio Armani: Acqua di Giò fragrances

As part of the annual Acqua for Life campaign, Giorgio Armani Fragrances leverages their brand success to help UNICEF provide safe, clean water to children — donating a portion of the purchase price of select Acqua di Giò products* to UNICEF WASH programs. Over $5.5 million has been raised to date.

Learn more about the L’Oréal USA - Giorgio Armani Fragrances and UNICEF USA partnership.


Louis Vuitton Silver Lockit MAKEAPROMISE

Silver Lockit bracelet and pendant

The tumbler lock was invented by Georges Vuitton in 1890 as a way for clients to protect treasured items. Inspired by that classic piece, Louis Vuitton designed the Silver Lockit* pendant and bracelet for the #MAKEAPROMISE campaign, a symbol of sealing one’s promise to help children globally. 

To support UNICEF programs, Louis Vuitton donates $200 from the sale of each piece, and $100 from the sale of each Silver Lockit Color Bracelet — a reinterpretation of the original by Louis Vuitton Men’s Artistic Director Virgil Abloh and Friend of the House Sophie Turner. 

Learn more about the Louis Vuitton and UNICEF partnership.

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*No portion of the purchase price is tax-deductible. UNICEF does not endorse any company, brand, product or service.