UNICEF USA works with non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and civil society organizations headquartered in the United States to fundraise for programs, advocate for change and educate the public — all to protect children's rights and futures. Learn more on how to partner with us.
Our global cause partners include the following types of organizations:
Cultural, social and charitable clubs
Professional and trade associations
There are many reasons. Here are a few:
UNICEF has helped save more children’s lives than any other humanitarian organization through innovative partnerships and programs
UNICEF operates in over 190 countries and territories with 13,000 staff members working alongside local and national governments and convening other key partners to improve children's lives and protect their rights
UNICEF responds to an average of 300 emergencies a year, drawing from over 75 years of experience — delivering lifesaving aid and supporting long-term recovery through capacity building and empowering communities and countries to build back better
UNICEF has the largest humanitarian supply warehouse in the world that can ship to anywhere within 72 hours, and its buying power has lowered the cost of immunization and other necessities for better child health
Our global cause partners
Advanced Remarketing Systems
Buddha's Light International Assoc
Global Ministries & United Methodist Committee on Relief
Kiwanis International / Kiwanis Children's Fund
The Task Force for Urban Health
United Methodist Church of the Resurrection
Zakat Foundation of America
Buddhist Churches of America
The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International
Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association Inc.
First United Methodist Church of Boise - Cathedral of the Rockies
International Council of Community Churches
Mennonite World Conference
Nonbelief Relief, Inc.
The Potter's House
Sacred Heart School on Sheridan Road
Trinity Church Wall Street
United Nations Association — USA, Davis Community, California
United Nations Association Midpeninsula Chapter
Week of Compassion
Let’s build better futures for children together
Join one of our campaigns — like the iconic Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF — or create your own to help spread cause awareness.