Give to an Emergency


Give to the UNICEF Emergency Relief Fund
Too often, it is children who suffer the most in emergencies. UNICEF is already on the ground in virtually every country, so when disaster strikes we can move quickly to save and safeguard children, return them to school, and help families re-establish their lives.


Give to the crisis in Syria.
A combination of escalating violence, inaccessible services and disruption of livelihoods has put the lives of 9.3 million people at risk and in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. Learn more »


Give to the crisis in Central African Republic.
2.3 million children caught in violence, some as soldiers In any emergency, children always suffer most. No child should face what children in the Central African Republic are facing. Learn more »


Give to the crisis in South Sudan.
South Sudan is a country torn apart by violence. The number of displaced is growing rapidly and UNICEF is on the ground, working to bring supplies and set up camps for families and children whose lives have been torn apart by war. Learn more »


Give to the crisis in South Sudan.
The conflict across central and northern Iraq has forced an estimated 500,000 Iraqis, to flee. Before the recent violence began, 40,000 children were displaced by conflict in this region. In just weeks, the number of children forced to flee has surpassed 250,000. Learn more »