Be a corporate partner with UNICEF Malaysia
Find out how your company can make a difference
Our work for children wouldn’t be possible without the generosity of our corporate partners. We develop partnerships with corporations from differing industries which delivers business benefits for them and vital funds for our work for children in Malaysia and around the world.
Why support us?
When you partner with UNICEF, you instantly receive:
- Brand impact and recognition
- Global influence
- Opportunity for networking and sharing learnings
- Accreditation for globally-recognised initiatives
How can your corporation work with UNICEF?
We welcome any gift your corporation can give us. We do appreciate:
- Corporate donations
- Employee and customer fundraising
- Event sponsorship
- Cause-related marketing initiatives
- Emergency giving
UNICEF strongly believes in the power of partnerships and collaborative efforts and has rich history of working with the corporate sector. We work closely businesses to identify, design and implement alliances that leverage the strengths of the corporate sector on behalf of the world’s children. The development of long-term partnership is important to UNICEF, and we partner with many of the world’s top corporations - the LEGO Group, IKEA Group, Unilever, H&M Foundation and many more, on mutually beneficial, strategic initiatives that produces results for children in need.
UNICEF, the United Nations Global Compact, and Save the Children has worked together to develop the Children’s Rights and Business Principles. These Principles define what businesses can do to support children’s rights as part of their corporate social responsibility and highlights the difference between the responsibility of business to respect – doing the minimum required to avoid infringing on children’s rights; and support – taking voluntary actions that seek to advance the realization of children’s rights.
These Principles call on businesses to put in place appropriate policies and processes, as per set out in the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights, including a policy commitment and a due diligence process to address potential and actual impacts on human rights.
They also identify a comprehensive range of actions that all businesses should take to prevent and address risks to child rights and maximize positive business impacts in the workplace, the marketplace and the community.
A set of practical tools is available to help business respect and support children’s rights. These include guidance on implementing relevant policies; conducting impact assessments; integrating appropriate programmes and systems; and monitoring and reporting on children’s rights.
For further information on the Implementation Tools please visit https://www.unicef.org/csr/88.htm