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Simply Giving with UNICEF

SimplyGiving provides a way for supporters to fundraise for UNICEF Philippines. It’s a free online platform where anyone, anywhere in the world can encourage their family and friends to make a difference. It’s safe and secure because all donations go directly to UNICEF Philippines’ SimplyGiving account.

Whether you’re doing your own personal challenge, celebrating a special occasion, or joining an organised event, you can raise funds easily in just one click. Visit and search for UNICEF Philippines today or email us at so we can help you set up your own fundraising page for UNICEF Philippines.

Here are some of our fundraisers around the world!

Quincel Quiambao

Quincel from the USA is our very first SimplyGiver! She raised funds for emergency preparedness and for children and families affected by Typhoon Yolanda! Thank you, Quincel!

Sienna Mostoles

Instead of getting gifts on her birthday, Sienna from Singapore asked family and friends to help her raise PHP41,000 for UNICEF’s programs for children. Sienna, you rock!

The group — composed of Lourdes Kent, Dolly Caminade, Leiani Mata Dio, Beatriz Hynd, Maricris Thomson, Lynn Subido and Yanna Subido

A group of Filipino women based in Glasgow, Scotland raised funds for UNICEF’s Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) programme through a 5K fun run. Their fundraising goal was PHP12,000 – but they were able to successfully raise PHP31,850 with support from their local community.

Through SimplyGiving, the group was able to promote their cause to family and friends via Facebook and e-mail. They were eager for the opportunity to raise funds through a running event when one of them received via post a letter from UNICEF appealing for funds for the WASH programme.

“Our motivation is seeing more children well cared for, which is what UNICEF is all about. We were once children and we are grateful for what we have become. It’s now our turn to reciprocate,” explained Lourdes Kent. “The race is also an avenue to gather us ladies together and have fun with the other runners. It offers us a sense of community and oneness.”



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