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THANK YOU for bringing us
closer to our dreams!

  On behalf of all children like me to whom you reached out to, to make a pinky promise, I would like to thank the following for taking part in UNICEF’s Pangako para sa Pangarap campaign.

Thank you to UNICEF’s corporate sponsors for being the bridges through which help was able to reach us.

Thank you to UNICEF’s venue partners for sharing their space with UNICEF during the Face-to-Face activities.

Last but never the least, thank you to everyone who pledged to UNICEF’s Pangako para sa Pangarap campaign. Because of your help, I, together with many of my friends, can look forward to a brighter tomorrow.

Truly, you are all heroes.

But while some of us are already in safe hands, the rest of us are still suffering poverty, abuse, and other forms of injustice. I hope that you will continue to open more eyes to the condition of children who need help. Please encourage more people to give to UNICEF so that all children can grow up healthy, happy, and loved.


How your pledge can help children

Php 250 or US$5
every month can provide counseling services for children in conflict with the law.

Php 300 or US$6
every month can buy basic school supplies for children in community diversion programmes.

Php 500 or US$10
every month can help immunize children in very remote barangays.

Php 750 or US$15
every month can educate 30 illiterate parents on effective parenting.

Php 1,000 or US$20
every month can train social workers & caregivers on psychosocial interventions for victims of abuse

Php1,500 or US$30
every month can provide three (3) sets of storybooks, educational & learning packs to 3 day care centers serving 180 children.

Php 2,000 or US$40
every month can send 4 streetchildren back to school.


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