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Tag : Volunteering

Learn more about UNICEF’s work under the topic "Volunteering".

Three ways to raise socially-conscious, responsible kids

Posted by: UNICEF Canada July 11, 2016

Raising responsible kids starts early. Encouraging them to give back to their communities, whether through volunteering or charitable donations, can be a great way to teach them about compassion. Read more »

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Local Actions are Healing the World this Holiday

Posted by: Andrea Ramhit December 17, 2012

With UNICEF and Kiwanis, Canadians are helping to eliminate tetanus around the globe. Read more »

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Camaro West on Volunteerism

Posted by: Guest Author April 20, 2012

Camaro West joined UNICEF Canada’s volunteer community in 2011 as a wonderful additional to our national office team. When Camaro left to work overseas, she still wanted to support UNICEF Canada, and is now a Digital Volunteer, sharing our stories on her blog and helping to raise awareness and advocating for children. Read more »

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Thank You, Volunteers!

Posted by: UNICEF Canada April 18, 2012

It’s National Volunteer Week – and the perfect time to express how grateful we are to our wonderful volunteers. Read more »

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Happy National Volunteer Week!

Posted by: UNICEF Canada April 16, 2012

To celebrate National Volunteer Week, we would like to take the opportunity to recognize our fabulous volunteers, like Ellen Mitchell. Thank you for the wonderful work you've done with UNICEF Canada past and present. Read more »

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