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5 December 2021

We are thrilled to announce that Pat Cummins has joined the UNICEF Australia family as an Ambassador.

As a UNICEF Ambassador, Pat will volunteer his time to raise awareness and help our team to protect more of the world's children. 

In October 2021, Pat and his partner Becky became proud parents to their little boy, Albie. To celebrate Albie's arrival, they have made a commitment to ensure every child in Australia has a fair chance.

Here, he shares his promise to Australian children and why working with UNICEF means so much.

In October 2021, my partner Becky and I welcomed our son Albie into the world. It's hard to put the feeling of fatherhood into words, but it's safe to say we are both filled with love and amazement at the love and responsibility we feel.

The biggest thing I've learnt through all my reading and research is just how important the first few years of a child's life are. It's when little brains begin to develop and strong foundations for life-long health begin. That's what UNICEF are all about – protecting every child, no matter what.

I'm thrilled to announce that I have joined the team at UNICEF Australia as an Ambassador to build brighter futures for children everywhere.

Many children in remote Indigenous communities across Australia are growing up without adequate access to the quality education, support and health care they need to get the best start in life. 

Becky and I are pledging to help change that with UNICEF Australia.

To celebrate the birth of Albie, we have committed to fund an Aboriginal-led, early childhood development program in remote Indigenous communities of the Northern Territory – reaching children with education, health care and support.  

If you are able to, we'd love you to join us. Because as little as $10 makes a difference. Together, we can help to reduce inequality in Australia and improve outcomes for children in remote Aboriginal communities. 

With love, 

Pat, Becky & Albie

For more information about Indi Kindi and UNICEF Australia's partnership with the Moriarty Foundation click here.

UNICEF Australia acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country of the land and communities in which we and our partners work throughout Australia, and their connection to their lands, waters, and communities.

For more information about the Indi Kindi program or Pat's Ambassadorship contact: