Volunteer for UNICEF USA
UNICEF USA Volunteers support UNICEF’s mission of putting children first. Our Volunteers are of all ages and backgrounds living in the United States who educate, advocate and fundraise on behalf of UNICEF in their communities.
Our vast network of Volunteers has increased awareness on issues of child survival, advocated for children’s rights, and raised funds for UNICEF for over 70 years.
Volunteers have hosted awareness raising events, such as panel discussions, speaking on the issues of trafficking, global citizenship, and emergencies around the world. Volunteers have held bake sales, dinner parties, Water Walks, and hosted sporting events and online fundraisers, raising crucial funds for UNICEF’s lifesaving work to put children first.
Every Child, regardless of borders, needs to be safe and protected. UNICEF opposes both separating children from their families for the purposes of migration control, and detaining children for any length of time, with or without parents.
The practices and conditions - separation and indefinite family detention - that migrant children currently face violate their rights and threaten their physical and mental health. Moreover, refugee and migrant children are often victimized by discrimination, xenophobia, and stigma.
Please join us by contacting your federal legislators to urge them to protect refugee and migrant children.
Advocate for UNICEF
Become an advocate and influence public policy and legislative action through writing letters and joining a Congressional Action Team
UNICEF Next Generation
Join a group of young leaders in their 20s and 30s who commit their resources, resolve and enthusisam towards supporting UNICEF
Fundraiser + Events
Consider organizing a Fundraiser + Event to support UNICEF's work in over 190 countries and territories
Companies and employees can work together with UNICEF USA to build best-in-class alliances that enhance corporate philanthropic objectives
UNICEF Kid Power
Learn how the UNICEF Kid Power activity band lets everyone help end global malnutrition