Our Supporters

Surrounded by other women and a male health worker, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Audrey Hepburn vaccinates a toddler against polio, at a health clinic.



UNICEF can't save the world's children on its own

UNICEF's humanitarian relief work depends on supporters — a massive network that includes celebrity ambassadors, civil society organizations, corporate partners, volunteers and, of course, donors and philanthropists.

Working together, we have been able to save more children's lives than any other organization in the world.

Donors and Philanthropists

Regional Communities

Top photo: UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Audrey Hepburn vaccinates a child against polio at a health clinic in Bangladesh. © UNICEF/UNI40108/Isaac


Faith-Based Organizations

  • UNICEF USA teams up with organizations based in the U.S. that are interested in supporting UNICEF's work around the world. Latter-day Saint Charities, for example, is a longtime supporter of immunization, early childhood development and education, among other critical UNICEF programs. 

Foundations and Corporate Partners

Civil Society Partners

Civil society groups have been helping UNICEF advance progress across many key program areas for decades. For example:

Check out these resources for non-governmental organizations interested in partnering with UNICEF USA to help advance UNICEF's work.

Sports Partnerships

UNICEF USA works with a robust network of U.S.-based leagues, teams, and individual athletes who advocate and fundraise on behalf of UNICEF's mission to save children's lives, protect their rights and help them reach their full potential.