Why U.S. Government Support Matters to UNICEF | UNICEF USA
Students with School-in-a-Box materials at a Transitional Learning Center in the Uchiprang refugee camp, near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh.
 
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Join us in urging the U.S. Government to do its part for the world's children and support UNICEF

In late July, the House of Representatives passed its FY 2022 State-Foreign Operations bill which included $134 million as the U.S. Government contribution to UNICEF’s core resources. That is an important step, but we still need your support to get UNICEF funding over the finish line. 

Helping save more children’s lives involves everyone pitching in. The U.S. Government’s annual contribution to UNICEF is part of America’s global investment in children. This funding enables UNICEF to partner with the United States to save and improve the lives of children around the world.

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 2022, you can help by asking your Members of Congress to maintain the U.S. contribution to UNICEF at $134 million.

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

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