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UNICEF Coronavirus Pandemic Appeal

$110 donated
Given by 5 generous donors in 13 weeks

Donate now to help protect children and families affected by the growing spread of coronavirus worldwide.


The coronavirus pandemic, and its impact on children, especially poor and vulnerable children is immense. Everyone is at risk from the disease, but where children are particularly vulnerable is through disruption to health and education services, and the impact of separation from caregivers and family members.

Unicef is working closely with local Governments, the World Health Organisation (WHO) and other agencies to respond to the pandemic, but as the number of cases continues to rise globally, resources are stretched. We urgently need your support to scale-up our response.

Please donate now. Your donation will help ensure that UNICEF can protect children and families from infection by:

1. Providing urgently needed hygiene and medical supplies including gloves and masks - to countries hit hardest by coronavirus (COVID-19).

2. Helping conduct education activities in at-risk communities

3. Making sure children and families are supported with adequate healthcare

4. Providing education for children in affected areas where schools have been closed or quarantined

About us

UNICEF is the world's largest children's organisation, and has spent 75 years saving children’s lives and fighting for their rights as part of the United Nations.

Use of funds

Your donation will provide urgently needed hygiene and medical supplies, conduct education activities in at-risk communities, ensure children and families are supported with adequate healthcare and provide education for children where schools have closed.

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Latest donations

Ian on 20 Mar 2020
Alex on 18 Mar 2020
Rebecca on 18 Mar 2020
Shelley on 17 Mar 2020
Phillip on 17 Mar 2020

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This page was created on 14 Mar 2020 and closed on 13 Jun 2020.