Sunday, 27 February 2011

Sunday, 27th February - UNICEF




A flyer for UNICEF fell out of my newspaper today, so why not? I made a donation to them as their work is to protect millions of children all over the world.

UNICEF is the world's leading organisation protecting the rights of children and young people. Around the world, children's rights are being denied on a daily basis, including in emergencies such as natural disasters and conflict.

UNICEF is working in over 190 countries to protect children's right to be educated, to be healthy, to a childhood, to be treated fairly and to be heard. We work with local communities, partners and governments to ensure these rights are upheld.

"Your donation supporting UNICEF's work for children has been gratefully received.

Your kind gift will help UNICEF’s work for children worldwide. Our ongoing work helps to ensure that the basic needs of every child are met - that they have clean water, food, health care, education and a safe environment in which to grow up.

With your kind gift we will be able to bring direct help to millions of children and their families in some of the poorest countries throughout the world.Our work ensures that the basic needs of every child are met - that they have clean water, food, health care, education and a safe environment in which to grow up.

UNICEF is the leading children's organisation reaching children in more than 150 countries around the world. We are not funded by the United Nations and rely entirely on voluntary donations from valued supporters like you to fund our work for children worldwide.

On behalf of everyone at UNICEF and all those who will benefit from your gift, thank you.

Your support is very much appreciated

UNICEF is the leading children's organisation reaching children in more than 150 countries around the world. We rely entirely on voluntary contributions from supporters like you to fund our work for children worldwide and receive no funding from the UN budget.

Thank you so much."


www.unicef.org.uk/

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