Every day, more than 21,000 children die — and they don’t have to.
They die from causes most people in the U.S. rarely worry about. Malnutrition. Unsafe drinking water. Lack of a five-cent vaccine.
But you can make a difference for the world’s most vulnerable children.
Get involved in the George Harrison Fund for UNICEF and ACUI Campus Challenge and help educate, advocate, and fundraise on behalf of children and in support of UNICEF’s lifesaving work.
College students have a powerful role to play in helping the world’s children survive. The Campus Challenge is a rapidly growing grassroots movement of dynamic students who champion UNICEF’s work. With your help, UNICEF and its partners WILL reach a day when no child dies from a preventable cause.
The US Fund for UNICEF has teamed up with the Association of College Unions International (ACUI) and the George Harrison Fund for UNICEF in a nationwide fundraising challenge on college campuses.
Campus Challenge participants can set up booths at their schools to promote children’s issues and fundraise. They raise awareness and fundraise for Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF and the UNICEF Tap Project. They also produce benefit concerts, host international coffee hours, and partner with their student unions to organize events. And every dollar they raised is matched by the George Harrison Fund for UNICEF.
Register your school to get started. Join or start a team and encourage others to donate online.
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