Partnership with UNICEF
UNICEF works with businesses to help every child, promote children's rights and reach the most vulnerable.
UNICEF is the world's leading organization for children. We do whatever it takes to protect the rights of every child, no matter who they are or where they live.
UNICEF brings more than 70 years of field-tested expertise, a network that spans more than 190 countries and territories, a passion for innovation, and a commitment to make every dollar count.
Together with the world’s leading companies, corporate foundations and private organizations, we harness our collective strengths to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and help children survive, thrive and fulfil their potential.
Support from corporate and business partners keeps us going
UNICEF recognizes critical role of the private sector in achieving sustainable change for children. We work closely with multi-national corporations, national companies and small- to medium-sized businesses to identify, design and implement partnerships that leverage the strengths of the corporate sector on behalf of the children, especially the most vulnerable.
Meet our global partners.
Why become a UNICEF partner?
- Achieve social impact at scale around issues that are relevant to UNICEF and our partner
- Increase brand value internationally and strengthen our partner’s reputation as a responsible business
- Inspire and unite our partner’s employees
A shared-value approach
The nature of our partnerships varies, evolving over time to respond to children’s needs and changes in the business environment. Whether it’s through strategic funding, by leveraging a company’s core expertise and networks, or by working with industries to promote child-rights principles in responsible business practices, we partner with the private sector to make a transformational difference for children.
Engage with UNICEF through
Finance: Providing resources for children through strategic grants, employee engagement, gift matching, customer fundraising, cause-related marketing or contributions in kind
Advocacy: Raising awareness and influencing policy agendas for multiple audiences, including civil society, governments, business networks and the general public
Core business activities and assets: Generating impact through marketing and communication channels, innovation in products and services, and expertise in programme delivery
Business practices: Driving results for children, society and businesses through the application of child-rights principles, policies and guidance