ACQUA FOR LIFE—5th YEAR ANNIVERSARY UNICEF TAP PROJECT

In honor of World Water Week in March, Giorgio Armani Fragrances will once again partner with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to focus global attention and raise funds to provide clean water for children in developing nations. In 2014, for the month of March, Giorgio Armani Fragrances will donate $5 for every bottle of Acqua di Giò and Acqua Di Gioia sold in the U.S. to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to support the UNICEF Tap Project.  With $5, UNICEF can provide a child with safe water for 200 days.

The UNICEF Tap Project Gives New Reason for Digital Detox: Clean Water for Children

NEW YORK (February 24, 2014) This year, the UNICEF Tap Project is launching a new mobile experience that challenges Americans to put down their cell phones to help save children’s lives. The longer someone goes without touching their smartphone after activating UNICEFTapProject.org, the more money will be donated to help UNICEF provide clean drinking water to children.

On World Water Day Children Dying Because of Unsafe Water and Poor Sanitation

NEW YORK (March 22, 2013) – As the world celebrates World Water Day today, UNICEF urges governments, civil society and ordinary citizens to remember that behind the statistics are the faces of children.

Globally, an estimated 2,000 children under the age of five die every day from diarrheal diseases. Of these, some 1,800 deaths are linked to water, sanitation and hygiene. Despite a burgeoning global population, these deaths have come down significantly over the last decade, from 1.2 million per year in 2000 to about 760,000 a year in 2011. UNICEF says that is still too many.

The UNICEF Tap Project Transforms World’s Largest Social Network into a Water Network to Save Kids

UNICEF Ambassadors Angie Harmon, Alyssa Milano and Marcus Samuelsson, UNICEF Supporters Heidi Klum and Nas, along with Judd Apatow, Kristen Bell, Jeff Bridges, Common, Kat Graham, Bridgit Mendler, Seth Rogen, Emmy Rossum, Kevin Spacey, Sting and Kate Walsh, take to social media to help provide clean water for children

Acqua for Life Campaign Supports Tap!

Giorgio Armani Fragrances has returned to help children around the world get clean, safe water, as the National Sponsor of the UNICEF Tap Project. On March 1, for the fourth consecutive year, Giorgio Armani Fragrances launches its month-long “Acqua for Life” campaign. The campaign provides a number of ways for people across the country to join the company in raising funds to support UNICEF’s water, sanitation and hygiene programs for children.

Giorgio Armani Fragrances Offers UNICEF Supporters a Chance to Text for Good

Attention mobile users: UNICEF Tap Project National Sponsor Giorgio Armani Fragrances is introducing an opportunity for UNICEF supporters to use their phones for good this September to support UNICEF’s clean water programs for children. From September 1-30, for every person who texts “ACQUA” to UNICEF (864233) and donates $5 to support the UNICEF Tap Project, Giorgio Armani Fragrances will match each donation, thereby doubling texters’ impact.

UNICEF’s Next Generation 3rd Annual Photo Benefit!

On May 31, a crowd of 300 young New York City professionals gathered in Tribeca’s R 20th Century Gallery for the 3rd Annual Photo Benefit hosted by UNICEF’s Next Generation. UNICEF’s Next Generation—a diverse group of young professionals, ages 21 to 40, who share a commitment to UNICEF's future and a belief in zero—sold out the event, reaching its goal of raising both funds and awareness for the charity’s activities.

On World Water Day–millions still lack access to safe drinking water

NEW YORK (March 22, 2012) — As the world commemorates World Water Day, UNICEF called on governments to pay particular attention to those living in rural areas who are being left behind in their countries’ progress, especially with regard to access to safe drinking water and basic sanitation.

Two weeks ago a UNICEF and World Health Organization report showed conclusively that poor people in rural areas are lacking these most basic necessities for life.

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