UNICEF and Australian farmers unite for child rights
Friday, 08 July 2011 13:25

An estimated 158 million children between 5-14 years are engaged in Child labour - many of whom work in mines, with dangerous chemicals in agriculture, and with heavy machinery.

Untitled-1_gn_unicef_featThis labour often interferes with a child's education.

That's UNICEF's business.

Please make it your business too.

Click here to become a UNICEF Champion for Children Business Supporter.

UNICEF saves more lives than any other humanitarian organisation in the world and relies on the power of ongoing business donations to plan ahead, commit to long-term projects, and ensure children's rights are protected and promoted worldwide.

UNICEF is asking Australia's farming and agriculture industry to band together and work to ensure children's rights are protected and promoted worldwide.

Click here to become a UNICEF Champion for Children Business Supporter.

By donating a minimum of $250 a month, UNICEF provides Champions for Children Business Supporters the material it needs to show it's community it is giving back to the global community.

  • UNICEF Champion for Children supporter-logo for online / print communications
  • A supporter certificate
  • Regular updates on where your donation is saving lives
  • Knowledge that your donation is giving our world's most vulnerable children a good start at life.

Packages include:

  • Silver status - $250 to $499 per month
  • Gold Status - $500 to $999 per month
  • Platinum Status - $1,000 or more per month

Recent studies found that 75% of consumers say social responsibility is important for business practice.

This tells us the Australian public is keen to know that your business is giving back.

UNICEF's Champion for Children program helps your company do just that.

www.unicef.org.au