Donor-Advised Funds (DAF) are a tax-efficient way to manage charitable donations
Donor-Advised Funds allow donors to make a charitable contribution, receive an immediate tax deduction and then recommend grants from the fund over time.
UNICEF USA partners with some of the largest DAF sponsor organizations and their philanthropic services teams in the United States.
Grants made to UNICEF USA through Donor-Advised Funds can be designated in one of two ways:
- for UNICEF to use wherever the need is greatest
- for UNICEF to use for a specific thematic area that matches the donors' interests, such as education, emergency response, health, nutrition or child protection
Clients of BNY Mellon, Fidelity Charitable and Schwab Charitable can make a designation through the DAF Direct window on this page.
UNICEF USA's tax I.D. number is 13-1760110.
For more information, please connect with your nearest UNICEF USA team.
There are many reasons to support UNICEF's work around the world. Here are a few:
With 13,000 staffers working in over 190 countries and territories, UNICEF has helped save more children’s lives than any other humanitarian organization
UNICEF has 75 years of experience in humanitarian relief and responds to an average of 300 emergencies every year
UNICEF has the largest humanitarian supply warehouse in the world that can ship to anywhere within 72 hours
UNICEF’s buying power has lowered the cost of immunization and other health necessities
UNICEF is leading the equitable, global distribution of COVID-19 vaccines
UNICEF USA helps fund UNICEF's work for children
UNICEF USA is consistently the top fundraiser among UNICEF's 34 national committees. UNICEF USA is a recognized and trusted charity that:
receives the highest ratings for transparency, accountability and administration from Charity Navigator
is included in CharityWatch's list of Top-Rated Charities
has been vetted by GlobalGiving, achieving Superstar status for demonstrating the highest level of engagement and/or effectiveness over the past year
Of every dollar that UNICEF USA spends, 88 cents goes toward helping children. UNICEF USA spends about 8 cents on fundraising costs, and just over 3 cents on administration.