Partnerships in Action
UNICEF and its partners work together to achieve positive change for children.
Cotton On and UNICEF are #InItTogether
We've worked to deliver 1 million COVID-19 vaccines in low- and medium-income countries.
Qantas – Long term commitment to children
Qantas and their customers raised $37 million for children.
Partnering for Impact
Together, we can tackle the challenges children face around the world.
We believe that a sustainable future depends on how we meet the needs of children and young people today. We know we can best realise this by working side by side with businesses and organisations also committed to this outcome, building engagement based on shared value and celebrating the contribution both parties can bring to the partnership.
Our Australian Partners
Cotton On Foundation
Travel Money Oz
This partnership joins Bupa with UNICEF Australia to establish Child Friendly Australia, to create healthy and sustainable environments for young people, especially in urban areas. BUPA have also provided extensive support to UNICEF's VaccinAid campaign through donations for every Bupa employee who received their COVID-19 vaccination, across its Asia-Pacific business.
The Coins for Kids program operates across all Commonwealth Bank branches, encouraging customers to donate foreign currency to help the world’s most vulnerable children. The Commonwealth Bank also generously supported UNICEF Australia’s India COVID-19 Crisis appeal as well as UNICEF Australia’s Indi Kindi program through the CommBank Staff Foundation Community Grant.
Cotton On Foundation
In 2021, The Cotton On Foundation supported UNICEF to help deliver 1 million COVID-19 vaccines to the world’s most vulnerable. The Cotton On Group is the first global retailer to support UNICEF in delivering the COVID-19 vaccine, with 100% of proceeds from the sale of Cotton On Foundation products being directed to the cause, raising a total of $2.4 million.
Throughout 2021, eBay Australia engaged customers to support UNICEF’s emergency response to the COVID-19 pandemic globally through a donation add-on function at the point of purchase.
As a founding member of the COVID Vaccination Alliance of UNICEF Australia, the GHD Foundation supported the timely, equitable and effective vaccine rollout in Papua New Guinea by building vaccine confidence in communities. The GHD Foundation also supported UNICEF’s global COVAX work through the Give the World a Shot campaign.
Through its active workplace engagement program, as well as providing expertise and skills in recruitment, transformation and leadership, IKEA has continued to support UNICEF Australia’s Young Ambassador program, a 12-month initiative that provides young people aged 15-24 the opportunity to speak up for children’s rights and what matters to Australia's young people.
Through a four-year partnership, Kasta Technologies is supporting UNICEF’s polio eradication work in the Asia Pacific region, funding oral vaccines for approximately 1.8 million children.
P&O Cruises are committed to protecting the health and well-being of mothers and newborns in the Pacific region. The ‘Saving Lives, Spreading Smiles’ program helped to reach 26,094 mothers and their newborns with high impact interventions to improve health outcomes, including resuscitating and saving 445 newborns, in remote areas across Papua New Guinea.
As part of UNICEF’s global Change for Good program, which enables passengers to donate foreign and local currency, Qantas has raised a phenomenal $37 million to support UNICEF's work over the past 30 years.
To commemorate 100 years of Rotary service in Australia and New Zealand, Rotary’s Australasian Centenary Project, Rotary Give Every Child A Future will vaccinate some of the most disadvantaged children and adolescent girls across the Pacific over three years, in collaboration with UNICEF.
Travel Money Oz
Travel Money Oz runs the Small Change program, providing customers with a channel to donate their unwanted and unusable foreign coins to support UNICEF's work saving and protecting children around the world.
Over the next three years Next Practice are committed to providing funds that improve maternal, newborn and child healthcare, with a focus on contributing to Tetanus-Diphtheria vaccinations in Papua New Guinea. By working with UNICEF Australia, Next Practice are helping to create significant lasting change for every child, no matter what.