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How to leave UNICEF a gift in your Will

For every child, hope

Some children have the most unimaginable childhoods, facing risks to their health, a lack of nutrition, natural disasters, war and limited opportunities for education. Through all of this, UNICEF provides the most important antidote – HOPE.

With UNICEF’s support children have the opportunity to realise their full potential. The video below tells the stories of 6 such exceptional people: Ishmael – a former child soldier, Juan Carlos – who lost his limbs to a landmine, Agamemnon – born in the aftermath of an earthquake, Salamatu – who contracted Ebola and Livey – a pregnant HIV-positive teenager. With UNICEF’s help, these children overcame adversity, were able to thrive and give back to their communities. Click on the video below to see and hear their stories.


How do I leave a gift in my Will?

When making or updating your Will, you just need to let your solicitor know your intentions. There is no obligation to let us know and you can change your mind at any time.

At UNICEF, we respect that the decision to leave a gift in your Will is special and personal. That’s why we have developed a free Gifts in Wills guide to share more information to help you consider this decision in your own time and provide a clear step by step process.

Our free guide includes information on making or updating your Will and how your legacy gift will have a lasting impact for children.
Making a difference to the lives of children in Australia and around the world starts with you. Watch the video to find out how.

You can leave a lasting legacy for children.

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