A Note from
Last Halloween, Trick or Treat
for UNICEF collected nearly $5 million, helping not only children
around the world, but in our own backyard as victims of Hurricane
Since the 1950's when a handful of kids
in Philadelphia raised $17, millions of American kids, schools, parents
and partner organizations have raised more than $132,000,000 through the
Trick or Treat for UNICEF campaign.
UNICEF still needs your help to fund programs that
provide education, immunization, nutrition, clean water, health care,
protection and emergency relief for children and their families.
Organized under the laws of New York State as a
not-for-profit corporation, the U.S. Fund for UNICEF is exempt from tax
under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and qualifies for
the maximum charitable contribution deduction by donors. Our Federal
Identification Number is 13-1760110. We are proud of the way we
manage our finances.
- 5¢ Can
provide iodized salt for one child for a year to prevent mental and
- 6¢ Can provide a packet of Oral Rehydration Salts to help save the life
of a child suffering from dehydration due to drinking contaminated
- 7¢ Can
provide a box of crayons for children to use in the classroom.
- $1 Can
immunize 2 children against polio or measles for life.
- $3 Can
provide 1 child with a pencil, paper pad and pen to use in the
- $4 Can
provide a large wool blanket to protect a child from the cold during
an emergency in the winter.
- $11 Can
provide 100 colorful wooden figurines for children to play with.
- $12 Can
provide 20 packets of high-protein biscuits to feed malnourished
- $15 Can buy
a double-sided chalkboard for classroom or outdoor use.
- $17 Can
immunize one child for life against the six leading child-killing
diseases: measles, polio, diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus and
- $24 Can
provide 4 long-lasting insecticidal mosquito nets, protecting
children from malaria
- $25 Can
provide emergency health supplies to cover the basic health needs of
over 100 children for 3 months.
- $34 Can
provide immunizations to protect 2 children for life against the six
leading child-killing diseases: measles, polio, diphtheria, whooping
cough, tetanus and tuberculosis.
- $35 Can
provide pencils and books for 50 children so they can participate in
- $40 Can
immunize 40 children against measles for life.
- $52 Can
provide 2 micro-filters which Can supply safe drinking water to
large families or schools.
- $75 Can
provide 125 packets of high energy biscuits specifically developed
for malnourished children.
- $80 Can buy
400 sachets of PlumpyNut, a ready-to-eat therapeutic spread to
nourish children with severe acute malnutrition.
- $100 Can
vaccinate 200 children against polio for life
- $150 Can
provide 2,500 packets of Oral Rehydration Salts to help save the
lives of children suffering from diarrheal dehydration due to
drinking contaminated water.
- $200 Can
buy a large vaccine cold box to keep them safe during transport.
- $318 Can
provide 1 hot air sterilizer for sterilizing medical instruments.
Can supply warm wool blankets for 150 children.
- $625 Can
provide 1 sturdy tent for emergency shelter for families.
- $650 Can
provide 1 Supplementary Dry Feeding Kit that contains enough
equipment to feed 500 moderately malnourished children.
Can provide 64 families with Basic Family Water kits for use during
- $750 Can
provide one sturdy tent for emergency shelter for an entire family.
- $756 Can
provide 70 families with Basic Family Water kits for use during
- $880 Can
supply 5 "School-in-a-Box" kits to help resume education for
children affected by natural disasters or armed conflicts.
Each kit contains enough educational materials for 1 teacher and up
to 80 children.
- $1,422 Can
provide a 10,000 liter collapsible water tank used for storage of
water and distribution of potable water especially in emergency
- $1,556 Can
provide a foot pump for pumping water from deep wells.
- $4,500 One
hand-operated drill set used in the construction of water wells.
A Note About
UNICEF works in 155 countries and
territories, helping to save, protect and improve the lives of children
around the world through immunization, education, health care,
nutrition, clean water and sanitation.
UNICEF works to ensure that:
Every child has a chance at survival.
Every child is fully immunized.
Every child receives a primary
Every child is protected from harm,
abuse and violence, both times of peace, conflict and emergency.
Every young adult has reliable
information on HIV/AIDS prevention.
UNICEF's life saving programs are
funded entirely by your voluntary contributions, so please give