Students with School-in-a-Box materials at a Transitional Learning Center in the Uchiprang refugee camp, near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.

Join us in urging the U.S. Government to do its part for the world's children and support UNICEF

Helping save more children’s lives involves everyone pitching in, including the U.S. Government. This support is needed now more than ever as COVID-19 upends the lives of children and families across the globe, with the most vulnerable at greatest risk. That is why we are asking Congress to provide a voluntary contribution to UNICEF of $175 million for Fiscal Year 2023.

Every year, the U.S. Congress must pass appropriations to fund U.S. Government programs and agencies, including the contribution to UNICEF’s core resources. The U.S. Government will continue to provide funding for global development and humanitarian programs – reflecting the values of UNICEF supporters like you.

With children's lives and futures at stake, in Fiscal Year 2023, speak out today and show your Members of Congress why they should partner with UNICEF to protect children most in need around the globe!

 Read more about why U.S. Government support matters to UNICEF.

A child in need knows no politics!  Join us in taking action!