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Thank you for fundraising for UNICEF Australia. 

Every day, we are working to build a better world for every child—a world where children can grow up healthy, educated, and safe from harm so that they can fulfil their full potential. We couldn’t continue this work without people like you! 

Girls in Afghanistan smiling at the camera
Children in Afghanistan stand outside their community education class. Due to the high demand for education and the high number of students, many children sit outside and try to follow the lessons.
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Did you fundraise online? 

If you set up an online fundraising page and you only raised money online, then you do not need to do anything further. The funds from your page come directly to UNICEF Australia. 

Did you fundraise offline? 

Did you raise money offline, including your supporters giving you cash or transferring money to your bank account? Then, you can donate the money raised on this page by making a donation with your credit or debit card or sending the funds via bank transfer.   

If you want your fundraising to be directed to a specific emergency or have any questions about donating the money you raised, please contact our friendly team at  

How your fundraising helps UNICEF Australia

UNICEF is 100 per cent donor funded and has helped save more lives than any other children’s humanitarian organisation. Thanks to our supporters, we’ve been able to contribute funds to international and Australian-based programs, as well as emergencies when they strike.

  • $90 can help to provide 176 sachets of therapeutic food, to help children recover from malnutrition.
  • $140 can help to provide 28,000 water purification tablets, to deliver access to clean water.
  • $258 can help to provide a 'School-in-a-Box' for 40 students, so they can keep learning even when disaster strikes.

    How do we use each dollar donated?

  • 82¢
    last year, 82 cents went directly to program expenditure and community education, including long-term development and emergency response work.
  • 18¢
    last year, 18 cents in every dollar were invested in raising public awareness; fundraising to grow our impact for children and in essential accountability and administration work.

Support UNICEF Australia's work

Bank Details

Account Name: UNICEF Australia
BSB: 012010
Account Number: 837541992

Please use reference:
‘Your Name, Community Fundraising’

* Please email to advise your donation has been made so we can arrange for a receipt to be emailed out.