BE A UNICEF FRIEND! for:
1. Problems affecting children (such as invisible children) are complicated and do not have fast solutions. Solving them involves long-term commitment and efforts.
UNICEF is fighting for all children to grow up healthy, to be protected from violence and abuse or to have access to education. All of this depends on your help.
2. With a small but constant support, you can help more children, for longer periods of time. Help is needed not only in special situations, not only on holidays, but every month.
A monthly donation to UNICEF means that more and more children in Romania and around the world can go to the doctor and to school, be protected from abuse or grow up with their parents. Monthly donations mean constant income -> more efficient planning and longer periods -> sustainable and sustainable changes for vulnerable children.
3. Donating monthly is SIMPLE and SAFE!
It only takes a few clicks. Filling in the form with your data and the details of your bank card only takes one minute and is done once. The monthly donation is automatically extracted from the card every month.
The transactions are made through a 100% secure system, protected from fraud, used by the most important online stores in Romania. It's a tough time for everyone. It is much easier to donate a small sum each month.
4. As a UNICEF Friend, you support disadvantaged children in Romania and around the world.
Join the over 3 million UNICEF Friends around the world. UNICEF will send you information about the development of its projects for which you donate.
Through a monthly donation of 15 lei to UNICEF, vulnerable children in Romania and the rest of the world have the chance of a happier childhood and a better life.
It's very simple and quick to donate. You can choose to support long-term, monthly UNICEF projects by completing the online form in one minute. Your monthly support means that more and more children in Romania and around the world can go to the doctor and school, be protected from abuse or grow up with their parents. Be a UNICEF Friend too!