Make your tax-deductible donation
After fleeing the war in Ukraine, Eliza stands next to supply boxes in Poland, in a tent provided by a UNICEF local partner organisation. © UNICEF/UN0624170/Korta
Your tax-deductible donation can help to send urgently needed supplies to children and families impacted by war in Ukraine.
The war in Ukraine poses an immediate threat to children. Families have been torn apart, and lives thrown into turmoil.
By 21 April, more than 5.1 million refugees had fled Ukraine, around half of them children. Millions more people have been internally displaced.
Children impacted by war need essential supplies. Our teams are on the ground, providing life-saving supplies and helping to set up safe spaces where children can laugh, play, and simply be children.
By making a tax-deductible donation, you can help to send urgently needed medicines, therapeutic milk and educational supplies to children impacted by conflict in Ukraine.
Your donation can be a lifeline for children in Ukraine.
How will my donation (tax-deductible) help children?
Your tax-deductible donation to our Ukraine Emergency Appeal will help to respond to urgent needs arising from conflict.
UNICEF is rushing to provide supplies and establish safe spaces for displaced families.
Every dollar donated to UNICEF as part of your charity tax deduction donation is spent responsibly to maximise impact for children in need. That's why UNICEF is considered one of the most trustworthy charities.
For the world’s most vulnerable children, UNICEF’s presence on the ground is much more than just life-saving deliveries. In their greatest times of need, UNICEF is an encouraging message of hope from supporters all around the world that children have not been forgotten, and a daily reminder that they have every right to survive and thrive.
Donate to UNICEF Australia before June 30 and claim a deduction when submitting your tax return for this financial year.