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UNICEF Hong Kong

Helping children and mothers in developing and conflict-ridden countries
Photo: Courtesy of UNICEF Hong Kong

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) was founded in 1946 in New York with the mission of aiding children and mothers in developing and conflict-ridden countries. 

UNICEF Hong Kong is one of 190 chapters across the globe, and it has recently raised funds to provide relief for the Rohingya refugee crisis and the Syria crisis, among others. Miriam Yeung, Karen Mok, Aaron Kwok and Guo Jingjing are among its many ambassadors for Hong Kong and East Asia. 

How To Help?

Make a one-off or monthly donation; make gifts of various items to children in need from Unicef’s Inspired Gift registry; set up a wedding registry fundraising page; volunteer your time; or become a fundraising ambassador.


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