UNICEF USA Advocacy Week

UNICEF USA supporters advocate for UNICEF on Capitol Hill in 2019.

Sign Up for UNICEF USA's Advocacy Week!

In light of COVID-19 travel restrictions, this year UNICEF USA supporters from across the country will come together virtually from March 22-26, 2021 to build relationships with their Members of Congress and raise awareness of UNICEF's work.

The Advocacy Week agenda is action-packed, complete with opening and closing ceremonies, virtual meetings with Congressional offices and evening programming to network with and learn from fellow UNICEF supporters in the U.S. We will also share opportunities to take action on social media throughout the week.

To sign up, please fill out the form below. We are excited to welcome you to UNICEF USA's Advocacy Week and thank you for using your voice to stand up for the world's children! 

Disclaimer: You must reside in the United States to participate. All participants under 18 must fill out the "parent/guardian email" field or their registration will be voided. That email provided will receive a minor participation agreement, which must be filled out within two weeks in order for the minor to participate. Questions can be directed to advocacy@unicefusa.org.

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We are offering two participation tracks:

  • The "Meeting Track" -  This track is for those who wish to participate in small-group Zoom meetings with Congressional offices. These meetings last 15 to 45 minutes and will take place during business hours. In addition to being invited to all progamming, participants on this track will be required to join a training led by UNICEF USA's Advocacy Team at 8pm ET on Tuesday, March 16 via Zoom.
  • The "Digital Track" - While all events will take place virtually, those on this track opt to forgo attending meetings with Congressional offices, but will be invited to participate in social media activations, opening and closing ceremonies, and evening programming. The "Digital Track" is perfect for those who want to get their feet wet, but are not available to participate in meetings with Congressional offices throughout the week.