UNICEF

Bacardi, Sus Marcas y Socios Distribuyen $215,000 USD a la Cruz Roja, UNICEF, Construyendo y Otras Organizaciones en México

Summary: 
  • US$100,000 son de Bacardi para los esfuerzos de asistencia y reconstrucción del terremoto en México
  • US$50,000 son de CAZADORES® Tequila y duplicará hasta US$50,000 la aportación de sus clientes
  • US$15,000 son de CEPAS de Argentina, el socio de Bacardi en el Cono Sur
Press Release
  • US$100,000 son de Bacardi para los esfuerzos de asistencia y reconstrucción del terremoto en México
  • US$50,000 son de CAZADORES® Tequila y duplicará hasta US$50,000 la aportación de sus clientes
  • US$15,000 son de CEPAS de Argentina, el socio de Bacardi en el Cono Sur

Leveraging Technology to Build a Successful Public-Private Partnership

By Laura Quintana, VP of Corporate Affairs at Cisco
Summary: 

This is the final article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact. Click to read part one on determining who to work with, part two on determining when and how long to engage, part three on determining how to execute, and part four on ensuringlong-term sustainability

Blog

This is the final article in a five-part series on how a company or organization can develop, implement, and sustain successful public-private partnerships (PPP) that achieve large-scale impact. Click to read part one on determining who to work with, part two on determining when and how long to engage, part three on determining how to execute, and part four on ensuringlong-term sustainability

UNICEF Stops Traffic to Campaign for Children in Conflict Zones

Blog

Stunts have long been in marketers’ playbooks as a way to grab consumers’ attention and highlight a specific product or service.  Recently however, we’ve seen an influx of cause-related stunts– from 2 Chainz’s pink Trap House to KIND’s giant pile of sugar in downtown New York City.

Carnival Corporation, Miami HEAT Charitable Fund and Micky and Madeleine Arison Family Foundation Pledge up to $10 Million for Hurricane Irma Relief

Summary: 

Immediate $2.5 million donation from Carnival Corporation Chairman Micky Arison and his wife Madeleine's Family Foundation will be made to Direct Relief, UNICEF and United Way of Miami-Dade County to support most urgent hurricane relief efforts

Carnival Foundation and Miami HEAT Charitable Fund will team up to raise $5 million in relief funds; Micky and Madeleine Arison Family Foundation to match that commitment up to a total of $5 million

Carnival Cruise Line is deploying 11 ships to deliver emergency supplies to affected ports in Florida and throughout the Caribbean

 
Press Release

Immediate $2.5 million donation from Carnival Corporation Chairman Micky Arison and his wife Madeleine's Family Foundation will be made to Direct Relief, UNICEF and United Way of Miami-Dade County to support most urgent hurricane relief efforts

Carnival Foundation and Miami HEAT Charitable Fund will team up to raise $5 million in relief funds; Micky and Madeleine Arison Family Foundation to match that commitment up to a total of $5 million

Carnival Cruise Line is deploying 11 ships to deliver emergency supplies to affected ports in Florida and throughout the Caribbean

 

Natalia Adler: Building – and Using – Data Collaboratives to Help Children

Blog

Natalia Adler describes herself as a problem-solver, not a data scientist. When she came to work at UNICEF’s New York headquarters after seven years in Nicaragua and Mozambique, she joined the data research and policy division. “I immediately saw that, even though we do all sorts of data work, we were behind on the data science component,” says Adler, now a data, research, and policy manager at UNICEF (The United Nations Children’s Fund). “And if you want to make progress on that front, you need to access to big data – however, most relevant datasets sit with corporations.”

Clooney Foundation for Justice Partners with UNICEF to Open Seven Public Schools to Syrian Refugee Children in Lebanon

With support from Google.org and HP Inc., the Clooney Foundation for Justice's $2.25 million partnership and $1 million technology grant will enroll thousands of currently out-of-school refugees in formal education, provide additional support for Lebanon
Press Release

NEW YORK, July 31, 2017 /3BL Media/ – The Clooney Foundation for Justice today announced a $2.25 million partnership, which includes a generous donation from Google.org, and a $1 million technology grant from HP, to support formal education for Syrian refugees in Lebanon. The partnership with UNICEF will help seven public schools to provide critical education opportunities to nearly 3,000 currently out-of-school refugee students this school year, and will also support a pilot of technology tools in these schools to advance learning outcomes for refugee children.

Kimberly-Clark’s HAKLE Brand Changes Lives in Angola and South Africa

Article

HAKLE, the leading tissue brand in Switzerland, has joined forces with the world’s leading children’s organization, UNICEF, to transform the lives of children and their families in Angola and South Africa.

#bañoscambianvidas Scottex® y UNICEF ayudan a más de 1 millón de niños

Multimedia with summary

Through our Toilets Change Lives program, our Scott brand in Spain and UNICEF have teamed up to tackle the issue facing 1 in 3 people worldwide – lack of sanitary toileting facilities.

Read more here 

The UPS Foundation Commits $14 Million to Support Community Safety Programs

Company Increases Humanitarian Program 40% Worldwide
Press Release

ATLANTA, March 14, 2016 /3BL Media/ - With the world refugee crisis growing and the risk of other humanitarian tragedy increasing, The UPS Foundation, which leads the global citizenship programs for UPS (NYSE: UPS), will award the highest amount of grant funding and in-kind support ever to advance humanitarian preparedness, response and recovery programs. In addition, it will expand its support and expertise to help make roads safer around the world for drivers, passengers and pedestrians.

Pioneering Barclays and UNICEF Global Youth Employment Programme Leaves Impressive Ongoing Legacy, Says Independent Evaluation Report

Press Release

November 30, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Building Young Futures, a partnership programme between UNICEF UK and Barclays, has reached more than 90,000 young people across six countries. Over three years, the programme has helped to create 11,000 new businesses and has delivered sustainable long term change for young people. According to an independent evaluation of the programme by C&E Advisory, “Building Young Futures has been highly effective in achieving impact at scale and in depth.”

Pages

Subscribe to UNICEF