No matter how big or small, the money you raise will help us put it right for children all around the world. There are a huge number of ways you can help.

 
 
  • Cheerleaders fundraise for UNICEF. © UNICEF UK

    Fundraise Download our fundraising toolkit and find out how to sign up one of UNICEF's exciting fundraising events.

  • UNICEF fundraising runner Jane. © UNICEF UK/2008/Rae

    Get active Get active. Get fit. Get sponsored. Challenge yourself to go the extra mile for children’s rights. From walks and 5km runs to marathons and treks across the Sahara, there are many ways you can get active to raise money for UNICEF. 

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    Get our newsletter You can sign up to receive regular e-newsletters from UNICEF UK, including the UNICEF UK Newsletter, Campaign Update, Fundraising Newsletter and many more. 

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    Join a group Groups fundraise and raise awareness for UNICEF. They are also a great way to meet new people and have fun.  

  • Greer Jackson, 11, of Guyana speaks on behalf of Children’s Forum delegates © UNICEF/HQ07-1996/Susan Markisz

    Take action Your support is vital for our campaigning work to protect the rights of children across the world. Take our campaign actions and help put it right for children. 

  • Tell your friends about UNICEF © UNICEF

    Tell your friends about UNICEF Why not support UNICEF's work for children by sharing our latest news, pictures and appeals through your own social networks, blog or website? Our blogger's toolkit will help you get started. 

  • UNICEF UK youth campaigners © UNICEF UK/2008/Jess Wright

    Volunteer UNICEF works in the UK to champion children’s rights, win support and raise money for our work with children everywhere. We are looking for passionate and talented individuals who share our values to help us to achieve a world fit for children. 

  • Snap your #emptyplate for World Food Day Wednesday 16 October is World Food Day. Will you snap your #emptyplate to help spread the word about child malnutrition? 

  • Find out how you can get involved and campaign, fundraise and help spread the word about children's rights © UNICEF UK

    Young supporters Find out how you can help UNICEF's work by campaigning and lobbying the government, writing an article for a newspaper, spreading the word on and offline and fundraising for us.