Donate Crypto - Your cryptocurrency can change children’s lives

Help UNICEF protect and support children around the world by donating your cryptocurrency for good.

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The most popular virtual coin in the world is now accepted by us.

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Spread goodwill around the world with Bitcoin Cash.

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We accept the currency of the most popular blockchain.

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Put your Litecoins to good use, help children around the globe.

Donate where the need is greatest

We are proud to announce that UNICEF New Zealand can now accept your donations made in Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum and Litecoin.

We accept virtual coins

Donate your cryptocurrency (BTC, ETH, BCH, LTC, USDC) to help children around the world.

From helping children caught up in the Syrian conflict continue their education, to freeing child soldiers in South Sudan, to delivering emergency supplies to our neighbours in the Pacific, you’ll help us be there for kids around the world.

Any amount you choose to give will make a difference in the lives of vulnerable children, and giving couldn’t be easier. Get started by choosing the way you’d like to donate below.

*Donations to this appeal will be converted to fiat before disbursement.

Support the UNICEF Innovation Fund

Help fund open-source technologies that will further our mission of supporting children around the world.

Promoting grassroots blockchain innovations

The UNICEF Innovation Fund invests in solutions that can impact the lives of the most vulnerable children.

UNICEF can now receive, hold and disburse donations of cryptocurrencies Ether and Bitcoin, through the newly-established UNICEF Cryptocurrency Fund.

In a first for United Nations organisations, UNICEF is using cryptocurrencies to fund open-source technology benefitting children around the world.

*Donations to this appeal will remain as crypto and will be used by the fund as crypto.

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