Be in the know.
Learn about children’s rights and talk to your children, your friends and family about it. What are the main concerns that Filipino children face? All the information you need can be found here in our website.
Our young champions can visit UNICEF's Voices of Youth page to know more about children’s rights and interact with other children too.
Become a Champion for Children.
Why do we need regular donations? When pooled together, the regular monthly donations made by individual donors like you add up to provide us with a steady and reliable source of funds. This kind of committed funding is necessary for us to sustain ongoing projects and map out long-term strategies in the fight for children's rights. It also allows us to quickly respond when and where the need is greatest, such as providing emergency relief during calamities, times of conflict and other critical situations.
Visit this site's section on Champions for Children to know more about our program. You can also call UNICEF Philippines' hotlines: (632) 758-1000 / 758-1442, Mondays to Fridays, 9:00 am to 6:00 pm or send us an email at email@example.com.
If you are overseas and still want to help, you can make a safe, secure donation online.
Be on standby for emergencies.
During emergencies, depending on the nature and scale, UNICEF calls on volunteers to aid in packing goods or distributing them to beneficiaries. Information is also key to make sure children are reached with goods and services.
Get in touch with your local officials and report abnormally high diarrhea cases in your area, children separated from their parents or cases of trafficking in evacuation centers. Be involved with your local NGOs and find out ways you can help.
Read more on how you can help UNICEF during emergencies.
Be a UNICEF Virtual Volunteer.
Help UNICEF from your own home by reposting UNICEF news, releases, campaigns and events to your Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and blog sites. Retweet announcements. Put a UNICEF banner or button on your website. Write about your experiences as a children’s rights advocate in your own blog. Invite your friends to be our fans and followers on Facebook, YouTube and Twitter. Encourage discussions on children in forums and online communities you frequent. Know internet safeguards for you and your children and promote it in your own school or community. Participate in UNICEF online events, send “likes,” comments and pictures, download and listen to podcasts and repost videos.
Working in UNICEF.
UNICEF Philippines envisions a country where all children enjoy their rights and have a bright future within caring and protective families and communities. From time to time, we post job opportunities for talented individuals who share our values and our vision.