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UNICEF Aotearoa is helping fund essential health care, safe water, nutrition, education and emergency relief for vulnerable children.

It all starts with investing in hope. We're packaging hope for children that need it most across the Pacific and the world.

In Aotearoa, our expert team also advocates for and achieves policy change and systemic improvements to ensure tamariki across the motu can thrive.

  • 192

    countries and territories where we provide life-saving support for children

  • 90


    brand recognition. The name UNICEF is universally well known by 9 out of 10 people

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    reaching vulnerable children in war zones, disaster zones and rural regions.

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Join us in building a better world
filled with hope for all children.

Why partner with us?

How you can help

UNICEF's unique strength is mobilising the private sector to create innovative, creative and bespoke partnerships that leave a long-standing impact and meet your goals.

Help us to provide support to children where they need it the most through corporate donations, employee and customer fundraising, payroll giving, cryptocurrency, community events or donating your company's relevant skills and expertise.


Corporate Partnerships- In Ukraine, Olena, 43, holds her son, Mikhailo, 9, in a tight embrace, and kisses him, in front of their damaged home in Novoselivka, outside of Chernihiv


an emergency partner

Join us as an emergency partner and be ready to act quickly and effectively with us when children are in critical need.

You have the opportunity to help kids in Ukraine, like Mikhailo, 9, who embraces his mother after a month apart.

Move into action and activate your employees and customers or make a corporate donation.

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A Child Rights
Respecting Business

Lead by example and pioneer child rights principles in your organisation, by advocating for and amplifying the voices of children.

Driving results for children, society and your business.

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Partnership Impact


Cotton On Foundation, LEGO, Microsoft, Unilever,

Les Mills International, Rotary International, Bybit, PwC

The power of partnerships is highlighted in this pioneering report, aligning with the 17th SDG on international cooperation.

Working with UNICEF can shape a brighter future for kids and achieve ground-breaking progress, from eradicating polio, to reducing child mortality and connecting rural schools to the internet.
Through strategic alliances and a steadfast commitment to the SDGs,
we can work together to solve global challenges and create a better future
for generations to come.  

Meet the Strategic Partnerships team

Corporate Partnerships- Meet the Strategic Partnerships team

Partner with UNICEF Aotearoa