Fundraising with your voluntary organisation for UNICEF is fun and rewarding. There are lots of ways your organisation can get involved with our work and fundraise for us and we're here to help you every step of the way.
Becoming an affiliated partner organisation
We are always looking for new organisations to become affiliated with, so if you would like more information email email@example.com or phone us on 0844 801 2414.
Fundraising ideas and resources
If fundraising with your voluntary organisation feels like a daunting task, don't worry. We will provide you with support, information and materials to help you.
Sending in your money
Find out how your voluntary organisation can send in your fundraising money once you've finished all your fantastic fundraising.
Tell us about your fundraising
We want to tell everyone about your great fundraising activities.
- Fill in our event form
- Email your photos to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can share them on our Facebook page.
- Tell us on Facebook what you are doing to support UNICEF UK’s work for children by typing in @UNICEF UK in your posts (you will need to ‘like’ us first).
- On Google+, type in +UNICEF UK in your posts.
- Use #TeamUNICEF on Twitter.
- Take a look at the UNICEF UK blog, learn more about our work or write a blog of your own.
Fundraise in an emergency
The Children's Emergency Fund enables us to respond to emergencies as they arise, with aid usually arriving within 48 hours. During an emergency every donation is critical. Find out more about how your voluntary organisation can fundraise for an emergency appeal, and sign up to our Emergency Appeal emails.
How the money you raise helps
UNICEF works for children and their rights and we will not stop until every child has the chance of a better life. We are supported entirely by your donations. Find out how the money your voluntary organisation raises helps to make a lasting difference to the lives of children around the world.
Our current affiliations
UNICEF has built relationships with many professional community organisations who support our work in numerous ways. UNICEF currently works with the following community organisations:
The British Karate Federation has been raising vital funds for our work to uphold every child’s right to an education, since 2010. Their support means we can help ensure that all children get the education they deserve so that they are able to thrive. All karate clubs in the UK are encouraged to undertake a fundraising challenge, and promote our work at championships.
The United Nations Association (UNA) is a leading independent authority on the UN, and a UK-wide grassroots membership organisation. UNA has been raising funds for UNICEF and the UNA Trust through Flag Day collections for a number of years. If you are a member of UNA-UK and would like more information about organising a flag day, please contact Nick Branson at UNA-UK on 020 7766 3448or email@example.com.
Inner Wheel has been a long-term supporter of UNICEF, raising vital funds for our work worldwide, and spreading the word about the rights of children and UNICEF’s projects. They have fundraised for our Unite for Children, Unite against AIDS campaign, and generously helped UNICEF during emergencies, including the Haiti earthquake and Pakistan floods in 2010.
Lions Club International have been fundraising to buy Edukit's (also called School-in-a-Box) since 1994. Each kit costs £170 and contains supplies to create an instant classroom for at least 40 children and their teacher, no matter where they are. If your Lions Club would like to donate to the Edukit Appeal, please send a cheque made payable to Lions Club International, District (your district) to your District Treasurer, stating that it's for the UNICEF Edukit. If you have any queries, please contact your District Officer or Multiple District Officer – Lion Jacquie Prebble on 01843 845559 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rotary International of Great Britain and Ireland is a global network of service volunteers for business and professional people. In Great Britain and Ireland there are over 58,000 Rotarians helping those in need and working towards world peace.
Soroptimist Internationalis a worldwide organisation for women in management and the professions, and a global voice for women. Soroptimsts support our UNITE for Children, UNITE against AIDS campaign, which strives for real and lasting change to protect the rights of children affected by HIV.Clubs all over the country are encouraged to undertake a fundraising activity around World AIDS Day on 1 December.
For more information email@example.com or call our helpdesk on 0844 801 2414.