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An unprecedented number of humanitarian emergencies are unfolding around the world. You can help make a difference by starting a fundraiser for UNICEF Australia. 

When war breaks out, or disaster strikes, children and their families lose their homes, schools and often their loved ones. And their access to food, water and health care are affected. 

UNICEF responds to hundreds of emergencies every year. With the sheer scale of our infrastructure and long-term development work around the world, we can act quickly, delivering lifesaving help to children in just 48 hours.  

We can't stop emergencies from happening, but with your help, we can ensure that more children not only survive but thrive in future.  

Start fundraising for an emergency

Want to fundraise for another emergency? 

Every day, UNICEF is working around the world to help children realise their full potential by providing access to clean water, lifesaving vaccines, quality education and health care. UNICEF ensures every child is safe and protected from harm and is always there during times of emergency. 

If you would like to direct your fundraising to another emergency, please reach out to our friendly team at teamunicef@unicef.org.au

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Download our fundraising pack

Have a look at our fundraising pack, which is full of inspiration for fundraising ideas, useful information and tools to help you organise your fundraiser. 

100% donor funded

People often think UNICEF is funded by the United Nations — but we’re not. From emergency relief to long-term development solutions, all our work is funded by the voluntary generosity of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments. 

$1

    How do we use each dollar donated?

  • 82¢
    last year, 82 cents of every dollar donated went to our emergency response work in the field and helped us to be there for children before, during and after emergencies around the world.
  • 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.