UNICEF India – Your philanthropy partner
How you, an Indian philanthropist, can partner with us
India’s tryst with philanthropy stems from many centuries ago. India’s culture of giving is deeply engaged in its social consciousness. The intent stemmed from concepts of dana and dakshina in Hinduism to bhiksha in Buddhism to zakat in Islam, among others, and helped shaped early philanthropy. The responsibility towards family, community and society at large ensures that a sense of duty is maintained towards funding those causes that are most personal.
While the tradition of giving in India is old, the emergence of philanthropists and their innovative ways of giving are new. As many of them have grown from middle class origins, they are able to bequeath a large part of growing wealth to address India’s most urgent needs.
UNICEF – Your Philanthropic Partner
With a presence in India since 1949, UNICEF is a unique organization capable of aligning with India’s national priorities and policy making, to execute programmes on the ground through implementing partners.
A philanthropic partnership with UNICEF ensures your investments will help us take the lead on innovating and implementing new ideas among India’s most needed fields of endeavour such as education, nutrition, water sanitation and hygiene (WASH), healthcare and child protection. Working with us leans towards adopting an informed and structured giving strategy, with bold approaches focusing on underserved areas. The autonomy to choose your programs of interest for investment and our guidance and facilitation will lead you to becoming a seasoned philanthropist.
Being a global Indian with national and global aspirations, a union of your strategic giving plans with our programmes will ensure you develop philanthropic footprint aligned with your family values. It is through this intentional and urgent focus, from successful Indians that enables us to unlock India’s potential by making it more equitable and resilient, thereby accelerating transformation.
Let’s start our journey for children today
The urgency to intervene to help children has been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to hearing from you at the earliest to discuss how we can work together to build an empowered and atmanirbhar India for every child.
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