Our partners are helping UNICEF make an impact for children worldwide. We thank them for their generous support and commitment to helping children survive and thrive.
Below is a snapshot of our partnerships of various sizes:
Rotary International is a founding member of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative and has been supporting UNICEF since 1988 in its efforts to protect every child from a crippling disease by eradicating polio from the face of the Earth.
Since 1972, Zonta International has partnered with UNICEF USA to empower women and girls around the world by supporting programs to increase access to health, education, protection, and more. Zonta International is currently supporting programs to end child marriage and provide access to education for adolescent girls in Madagascar.
Advanced Remarketing Systems
Advanced Remarketing Systems (ARS) has been in partnership with UNICEF USA for almost 10 years, through the "Car Donations for Kids" program raising necessary funds for a variety of lifesaving programs: from delivering School-in-a-Box kits to make education possible even after emergencies; to supplying vaccines for children around the world to prevent the spread of disease.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc is the largest African-American sorority, with over 200,000 members and 1,000 chapters, whose mission is to provide assistance and support through established programs in local communities throughout the world
Dining for Women
Dining for Women is partnering with UNICEF USA to empower women and girls around the world through supporting programs which embed gender equity around the world. Dining for Women has supported UNICEF's programs in Jordan, South Sudan and is currently raising funds in support of the Rohingya Crisis in Bangladesh.
National Honor Society
In celebration of the National Honor Society (NHS)'s centennial in 2021, NHS and UNICEF USA have partnered to empower chapters to activate and raise money to build 10 sustainable classrooms in Côte d'Ivoire through the Conceptos Plasticos program, using bricks made from recycled plastic -- one classroom to honor every decade of NHS.
Physician Moms Group
Physician Moms Group is an online network of over 70,000 physicians who are moms that have come together to impact other mothers, their children and future newborns through UNICEF’s Maternal and Neo-natal Tetanus program.
Sudanese American Medical Association
Sudanese American Medical Association (SAMA) is partnering with UNICEF USA to help support and amplify UNICEF’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programs in Sudan, focusing on the linkage between WASH efforts and combatting the spread of COVID-19.
United Methodist Church of the Resurrection
The United Methodist Church of the Resurrection and its members have been partnering with UNICEF USA since 2016 to support Syrian Refugee children.
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
The American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee has partnered with UNICEF USA since 2010 to provide immediate relief and long-term development support for families and children affected by disaster, including in Haiti, the Philippines, Nepal, and most recently by Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean.
Center For Arab American Philanthropy
CAAP is an Arab-American philanthropic organization whose mission is to build vibrant societies by uniting and strengthening the collective power of Arab American giving.
Circle K International
Circle K International, a member of the Kiwanis International family of youth service leadership programs, is the world's largest student-led collegiate service organization. Circle K is supporting UNICEF’s WASH programs in Haiti.
The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International
Since 1997, The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International (DKG)—an international women's organization dedicated to excellence in education—has supported UNICEF's work around the globe
Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association Inc.
The Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association supported UNICEF USA's efforts in 2018 to reach those affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria with humanitarian needs and provide psychosocial support for children.
The General Federation of Women's Clubs
Since the 1960's, the General Federation of Women's Clubs (GFWC) has supported UNICEF's efforts to ensure access to clean water, proper sanitation facilities, health services, education, and protection during emergencies to the world's most vulnerable children.
GlobalGiving has partnered with UNICEF USA since 2010 to build collective impact from individual and corporations on issues affecting children around the world, such as humanitarian emegrencies, child protection and education.
National Arab American Medical Association
NAAMA is an Arab-American medical professional association whose mission is to promote the professional development and cultural identity of healthcare professionals with roots or affinity to the Arab World.
Nonbelief Relief, Inc.
Nonbelief Relief supported UNICEF USA's efforts in 2017 to reach out to those affected by natural and man-made disaster in Somalia and Latin America and the Caribbean after Hurricane Irma.
Union Congregational Church
The Union Congregational Church of Richmind Hill, NY supported UNICEF USA in 2017 to meet the needs of the world's most vulnerable children.
The UNFCU Foundation has partnered with UNICEF USA since 2015 in building collective impact for children during emergencies from its employee and membership base around the world.
United Nations Association of Southern Arizona
The United Nations Association - USA committee in Tuscon, Arizona has been raising funds for children around the world since 1987.
United Nations Association - USA, Davis Community, California
The United Nations Association - USA committee in Davis, California has been raising funds for children since 1991 through a citywide Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF engagement.
Yin Shun Foundation
The Yin Shun Foundation supported UNICEF USA's efforts in 2018 to reach those affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria with humanitarian needs and provide psychosocial support for children.