A bequest, or legacy, can be the most important gift you ever give. By remembering UNICEF in your will you are ensuring future generations of young lives can be improved.
Every child has the right to clean water, nutritious food, healthcare, education and a safe environment to grow up in. Bequests support our ongoing work to achieve this for the world’s most vulnerable children, helping fund long-term projects that may take many years to complete, but that will save lives and create countless opportunities for children.
UNICEF Global Guardian Society
Supporters who make a bequest to UNICEF Australia are welcomed as members of the Global Guardian Society, in recognition of their commitment to ensuring the rights of every child are realised.
Global Guardians allow UNICEF to plan long-term life-saving projects for children, and inspire others to do the same. They also receive regular updates on UNICEF’s work and invitations to special events.
If you have already included UNICEF Australia in your will we would be grateful if you let us know by completing the form below, or by emailing email@example.com
. We would be delighted to welcome you to the Global Guardian Society.
If you would like more information about making a bequest and leaving a gift to UNICEF in your will, please contact us via the form below. Alternatively, you can download our bequests brochure here
A message from Sir Roger Moore KBE, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
“I have had the rare privilege of seeing first-hand UNICEF's work with children around the world.
"I have met countless children who are benefitting, whose lives have been saved by UNICEF. Many are living in appalling poverty, without the day-to-day essentials we take for granted. Others are bravely struggling to survive in situations of conflict.
"The work we do today is vital and lifesaving. But I have some grave concerns about the future. The hardships that so many children face - drought, famine, war - will not go away in the foreseeable future.
"The legacies left by UNICEF supporters enable us to be there for future generations, and continue to save and uplift the lives of our world's most precious citizens in years to come."
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