Donors & Philanthropists

On 22 February, (right) American businesswoman and philanthropist Amy Robbins greets girls during her visit to the UNICEF-supported Berhan Guzo school in Awassa, capital of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR).
On 22 February, (right) American businesswoman and philanthropist Amy Robbins greets girls during her visit to the UNICEF-supported Berhan Guzo school in Awassa, capital of the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region (SNNPR).
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A Circle of Donors We Can't Do Without

Since 1990, UNICEF has helped slash the number of children under the age of five who die of preventable causes by more than 50 percent, saving 122 million lives. How? By doing what only UNICEF can do. UNICEF invents, invests in, and helps implement effective, low-cost solutions — ranging from mass immunization and malnutrition prevention and treatment to the provision of safe drinking water — for previously stubborn causes of child death.

By supporting UNICEF, the UNICEF USA’s donors (including more than 471,305 individuals along with 10,168 partner corporations, foundations, NGOs, schools and clubs during Fiscal Year 2017) play a huge role in saving children's lives and building their futures.

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