Make Christmas more special for children through UNICEF Basket of Hope

Give meaningful gifts this holiday season to help children in need

28 November 2019
Basket of Hope campaign key visual with UNICEF Philippines Goodwill Ambassadors holding baskets containing UNICEF supplies
UNICEF Philippines/2019

MANILA, 27 November 2019 – UNICEF Philippines recently launched Basket of Hope – an online campaign to give meaningful gifts this holiday season to help children in need.

How does it work?

For every donation of P500 to the UNICEF Basket of Hope, a giving individual can help provide children with treatments for malnutrition, or education supplies, or access to clean water and hygiene essentials after an emergency. The donation will go directly to children most urgently in need of either at the time of giving.

What your donation can do

  • Education: You can help children go back to school with backpacks and educational supplies.
  • Health: You can help save malnourished children by providing life-saving treatment and ready-to-eat therapeutic food packs.
  • Water, Sanitation and Hygiene: In times of emergency, you can help affected children get access to clean water and hygiene supplies.

The UNICEF Basket of Hope campaign is led by UNICEF’s three Goodwill Ambassadors Gary Valenciano, Daphne Oseña-Paez, and Anne Curtis and with the support of other celebrities and influencers. Give children the hope they need for a brighter tomorrow. Click here to donate to UNICEF Basket of Hope.

Media Contacts

Zafrin Chowdhury

Chief of Communication

UNICEF Philippines

Tel: +63 917 867 8366

Marge Francia

Communication Officer

UNICEF Philippines

Tel: +63 2 249 5497

Tel: +63 917 858 9447

About UNICEF

UNICEF promotes the rights and wellbeing of every child, in everything we do. Together with our partners, we work in 190 countries and territories to translate that commitment into practical action, focusing special effort on reaching the most vulnerable and excluded children, to the benefit of all children, everywhere.

For more information about UNICEF and its work for children in the Philippines, visit www.unicef.ph.

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