All Gifts

  • When girls don’t have access to sanitary products, they miss out on school and other opportunities. This set of reusable, washable sanitary pads will give 6 girls comfort and dignity so they can keep learning.  

    $38
  • During emergencies, UNICEF is among the first on the ground. In critical situations when every minute counts, vaccines and emergency food immediately help protect children and save lives.
    $55
  • Every 2 minutes, a child under 5 dies of malaria. Distributing mosquito bed nets helps protect and save lives. Insecticide-treated bed nets are a simple and effective way to stop hundreds of daily malaria-related deaths.

    $11
  • With a surge in measles worldwide in 2019, 568 people died from measles every day, despite the availability of a safe, effective and affordable vaccine. Prevent 32 children from catching this highly contagious disease by providing measles vaccines to children.
    $31
  • A stock of polio vaccines protects children from this contagious disease that can cause crippling paralysis or death. There is no cure for polio, but vaccinations provide effective prevention.
    $16
  • Provide basic school essentials like pencils and exercise books, and give children the chance to learn. In conflict zones, 27 million children worldwide can only dream of going to primary school. Your gift can help them get there.

    $22
  • An order of bright blue UNICEF backpacks supports learning and success. Children delight in carrying books and supplies in their own backpack—often one of few personal possessions.
    $18
  • A set of warm blankets will shield babies from cold, protect them from illness and provide comfort and security in harsh and dangerous conditions.

    $27
  • The first days of a baby’s life are some of the most important. Each newborn kit, including blankets, prenatal supplements and vaccines, helps give babies a healthy start.
    $24
  • A stock of polio vaccines protects children from this contagious disease that can cause crippling paralysis or death. There is no cure for polio, but vaccinations provide effective prevention.
    $32
  • Equipped with food, oral rehydration salts and water purification tablets, first responders can deliver nutrition, safe water and treatment for dehydration to children.

    $36
  • A kit containing packets of food and micronutrient powder helps feed hungry families and treat child malnutrition.
    $36

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