For the third year, Giorgio Armani Fragrances returns as the National Sponsor of the UNICEF Tap Project. The company is again conducting its “Acqua for Life” campaign, launched in 2010, which provides a number of ways for people across the country to join the company in raising funds to support UNICEF’s water, sanitation and hygiene programs for children this March.
Krista Schmidt, UNICEF USA
Thanks to the dedication of American Airlines (AA) employee volunteers and the generosity of AA customers, UNICEF’s Change for Good Program on American Airlines, proudly supported by Airline Ambassadors International, reaches new heights!
On Wednesday, March 9 at 10 am, travelers can join with AA in a special “Thanks a Million+” celebration at New York’s JFK Airport in Terminal 8 to commemorate this milestone fundraising achievement. AA will treat its customers to giveaways and have a special ceremony to extend its thanks and recognition to customers and employees for raising a record-breaking $1.6+ million for UNICEF in 2010.
The continued passion, dedication and enthusiasm surrounding the Change for Good
With holiday season gearing up, U.S. Fund for UNICEF corporate partners are offering a varied range of gifts that give back.
Want to give a present that also makes a difference for children? From bracelets to luxury goods and accessories, writing instruments to soft toys, several corporations have created dedicated items that will help UNICEF. Gucci, IKEA, Montblanc and Cartier have joined this year in support of UNICEF’s mission, and will make a donation for each purchase of dedicated items this holiday season to support UNICEF’s lifesaving programs. Click here for details of each company’s offer.