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Why UNICEF?

What you’re about to do could change a child’s life forever.

UNICEF has helped save more children’s lives than any other humanitarian organization – 90 million since 1990. We make sure more of the world’s children are fed, vaccinated, educated and protected than any other organization.

By donating monthly to UNICEF, you become part of our work to deliver long-term aid that creates lasting change for children as well as addressing children’s immediate needs.
Not every child is born with the equal opportunities. ​You have an ability
to give opportunities to children​ from newborns to teenagers. For example…

Newborns UNICEF works with the local government to enforce the infant formula act. The act protects and promotes more breastfeeding and prevents mothers from unethical commercials from the formula manufacturers.

Early childhood UNICEF creates campaigns for parents, guardians, and caretakers to better understand childhood, as well as collaborate with partners to help children grow up with strong development and progress.

School age/Teenager Did you know that 14% of high school age children are out of school?

UNICEF brings education to children in rural areas through various projects.

UNICEF is charitable organization No. 315 in the Ministry of Finance’s official list. Your contribution is tax deductible.

Articles
  • Shipment

    UNICEF continues to ship vital supplies

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grow, UNICEF is procuring and shipping vital supplies, including desperately required personal protective equipment (PPE), to countries affected.

  • Child Support Grant

    Your donation has supported UNICEF to help newborn up to six years old to receive grant THB 600 per month.

  • SwimSafe program

    Drowning is a leading cause of death in children in Thailand. The report also revealed that 1,243 children under 15 years die from drowning each year. No child should die from a preventable cause.

    UNICEF is working with the Ministry of Education and other partners to pilot the SwimSafe project at 20 schools in Thailand. About 6,000 children are currently benefiting from this first phase of the programme.​

  • Mobile Library

    More than half of children under 5 years old in Thailand live in households with fewer than three children’s books​

    UNICEF has worked with partners to establish the mobile library project. Under the project, there are mobile libraries running through winding roads, up and down mountains and into forests. It has brought books to children at 135 UNICEF-supported public schools for hill tribe communities. Over 15,000 students are currently benefiting from this project.​

  • Demonstration centers for childhood development

    UNICEF has modelled the ECD programme in 24 provinces in order to demonstrate the capacity building of ECD professionals in order to effectively use the Early Learning Development Standards and organize quality experiences for pre-primary children, as well as engage parents through the parenting programme for nurturing care.  The centres can be the capacity building hub and learning centres for the ECD centers network in the same province on the quality pedagogical approach and parenting programme.

Testimonials
  • Yuttana Lorpanpaiboon

    A talented director and performer, he has been donating to UNICEF since 2007.

    "I feel that UNICEF has helped children for a very long time. They have no other sources of income. The only way we can help is through donation.​

    UNICEF helps children around the world regardless of race, religion, gender, or economic background. I feel like UNICEF does not take sides, which makes me want to join in their aid efforts. "

  • Sawitri Samiphak

    Well-known actress and master of ceremonies. She has chosen to donate regularly to UNICEF since 2009

    "I don’t think it matters if you are rich or poor, you can still make a choice to share with others whether it’s financially or else. There are still so many children in need and lack opportunities in education.

    Everyone can help; you can donate any amount you can that does not cause personal hardship. And every time you hear news around the world about UNICEF help, you’ll feel that even though I am only a small part, I am a part of this organization, and this organization is the one that helps the world. "

  • Pipoauh Poomkaew

    Master of Ceremonies and News Broadcaster. Since 2010, He has been donating regularly to UNICEF.

    "When I was a child, there was a time I almost didn’t get to go to school. No one knew that many times I paid tuition fees late. I had to take out loans and borrow money. Still, I felt I was lucky that I had people who were willing to help me without the expectation of being repaid. There are many other children who weren’t as lucky as I was.

    I have chosen to become UNICEF pledge donor as it is convenient to deduct monthly through credit card. It is also tax deductible. You don’t have to be that rich; anyone can donate. "

  • Atchara Cheyprasert, M.D.

    Obstetrician. Pledge donor since 2004 and also make additional donation when opportunity arises

    "The reason why I have decided to donate regularly to UNICEF for over 15 years is because I trust UNICEF as an international organization who has good system and can utilize our donation to really help children, not only in Thailand but other countries across the world where is harder to reach and less fortunate than us, even during conflict.​

    If you can, let’s play our part in the society. We cannot stand by alone anymore. The children of today are the future of tomorrow. We can only hope that the world that our children or grandchildren live in the future will be better."

Join UNICEF
to save and protect
every child

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UNICEF has helped save more children’s lives than any other organization – 90 million since 1990.

UNICEF is charitable organization No. 315 in the Ministry of Finance’s official list. Your contribution is tax deductible.

As you proceed you will be taken to a secure payment page
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You can submit your deposit information for tax receipt here.

Or send your deposit information with your name, telephone number, email address, address for tax receipt via email to unicefthailand@unicef.org and note "O2000".

 

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