UNICEF relies on Australia’s private sector to effect long-term, sustainable change for children worldwide. We are proud to partner with some of Australia's most prominent companies and we thank them for their commitment to UNICEF’s work.
Since 1991, Qantas have supported UNICEF through the Change for Good © program. By donating foreign and local change on Qantas flights, passengers have raised in excess of $35 million to support UNICEF's work for children. www.qantas.com.au
UNICEF and DLA Piper have partnered to develop the GoodWILL project to encourage the practice of charitable giving in wills. To become a Good Will Champion, please visit www.thegoodwillproject.com.au.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) and UNICEF are partnering for the 2020 Women’s T20 World Cup, to be held in Australia from 21 February to 8 March, empowering women and girls through the power of cricket. Learn more about Cricket for Good.
Bankwest joined the Coins for Kids foreign coin collection program in 2014. All Bankwest stores in Australia accept foreign coin donations to UNICEF. www.bankwest.com.au
Since 2009, Commonwealth Bank have supported UNICEF through the Coins for Kids foreign coin collection program. You can donate your foreign coins to any Commonwealth Bank branch in Australia with all proceeds supporting UNICEF’s work. www.commbank.com.au
DLA Piper and UNICEF are working together to strengthen the protective environment for children. The three-year Justice for Children partnership will see DLA Piper provide pro bono support worth approximately 5 million dollars while also raising 1.5 million dollars to support UNICEF's global child justice program. www.dlapiper.com/en/australia
Domestos is committed to helping everyone, everywhere have a safe, clean toilet. Domestos and UNICEF are working together to improve access to toilets for 25 million people by 2020. Find out how you can act now to change a life: www.domestos.com.au.
H&M has been a UNICEF global partner since 2004, with investments in education, HIV/AIDS prevention, water and sanitation, and child protection programs. H&M has also contributed to UNICEF’s disaster relief work in cases such as the Haiti earthquake, the drought in the Horn of Africa, and the ongoing Syria emergency. www.hm.com/au
IKEA is UNICEF’s largest global partner and is committed to a world where all children have the opportunities to create a better future for themselves and their families. Locally, IKEA supports UNICEF through its iCare work place giving program and Soft Toys campaign. www.ikea.com/au
In 2016, Louis Vuitton and UNICEF launched a global partnership to bring life-saving humanitarian support to children in conflict-affected areas. We have already raised over AU$3.4M. For more information visit www.louisvuitton.com/lvforunicef.
Across the Asia Pacific region, Marriott International hotels support the UNICEF Check out for Children program. Guests are invited to add $1 to their bill upon check out to support UNICEF’s education programs. www.starwoodhotels.com
Since 2012, UNICEF and MMG have partnered to improve the health of babies and children in Laos. The 1,000 Days Project partnership is not only delivering lifesaving nutrients to malnourished infants, it is also teaching a new generation of mothers proper nutritional practices and health care. The Project has reached nearly 300,000 children in remote and marginalised communities in Laos over a six-year period. www.mmg.com
A UNICEF partner since 2004, Montblanc has raised more than US$10 million. From 2017, through the sale of a special range, Montblanc has helped UNICEF improve education standards and access for over 5 million children worldwide. www.montblanc.com
Online Education has been in partnership with UNICEF Australia since 2018, donating $5 from each enrolment to the children in the Syria crisis. The aim is to assist in providing a formal and safe education for 1.2 million children in the country. This includes the provision of facilities, school furniture, qualified teachers, rehabilitation, safe learning environments, and learning materials. We are very privileged to be working with UNICEF towards this goal. online-edu.com
UNICEF has partnered with Microsoft since 2018 to address the education crisis affecting displaced and refugee children and young people. Working together and with the University of Cambridge we developed the Learning Passport, a mobile-friendly digital platform that ensures children can continue to access education resources and curriculum while on the move. Through Give with Bing Microsoft are also supporting UNICEF by allowing members to donate their Microsoft Rewards points to UNICEF Australia. www.learningpassport.org
Livingstone International supports early childhood development programs for Indigenous children living in remote communities in the Northern Territory. The three year partnership will help to improve the development, health and learning opportunities for children in some of the country’s most under-resourced, and hardest to reach communities.