We are excited to welcome our new UNICEF Canada Halloween Champions who are using their voices and platforms to impact change for children around the world – and inspire children and youth in Canada to do the same!
You can defend every child’s right to a childhood alongside our Halloween Champions by joining our UNICEF Halloween Walk-a-thon. No matter how you’re celebrating this year, you can walk your hood and do some good for kids in need this Halloween.
Learn more about our Halloween Champions and be sure to follow them on social media.
Johnny Orlando is a Toronto-born singer, songwriter and actor. After beginning his career posting covers of popular songs on YouTube, Johnny has cultivated a dedicated fanbase with a following of millions of engaged fans around the world.
In 2019, Johnny won the MTV Europe Music Award for Best Canadian Act, and has received several other award nominations including Breakthrough Artist of the Year at the Teen Choice Awards and at the Juno Awards in 2019. Johnny is passionate about social causes and is excited about his new role as a UNICEF Canada Halloween Champion.
Support Johnny’s UNICEF Halloween Walk-a-thon here and follow him on social media:
Lauren Orlando is a social media influencer and actress. She is immensely popular for her creative and fun content with her wide follower base on different social media channels like YouTube and TikTok.
Her brother Johnny Orlando is also a regular fixture on her channel, with the pair teaming up for challenge and prank videos. Lauren and Johnny are uniting again as UNICEF Canada Halloween Champions to defend every child’s right to a childhood this Halloween.
Support Lauren’s UNICEF Halloween Walk-a-thon here and follow her on social media:
Sophie Nélisse is an actress who has starred in several notable English and Quebecois films, including her acting debut in the film Monsieur Lazhar (2011). This role earned her both Prix Iris and Genie awards.
In 2013, Sophie landed the lead role in the feature film The Book Thief, for which she received critical acclaim including the Spotlight Award at the Hollywood Film Festival and Best New Actor at the Nevada Film Critics Society and Phoenix Film Critics. Sophie remembers the UNICEF Halloween orange box from her own childhood and is excited to be part of the UNICEF Halloween Walk-a-thon campaign this year.
Support Sophie’s UNICEF Halloween Walk-a-thon here and follow her on social media:
GFORCE is a musical group from the Greater Toronto Area, who joined UNICEF Canada as ambassadors in 2019, and helped us launch the 2019 Halloween Heroes campaign. GFORCE believes in the power of children to DREAM BIG and make a big impact. Read more about GFORCE here »
Want to join our UNICEF Canada Halloween Champions in supporting kids around the world this Halloween? Sign-up to take part in the UNICEF Halloween Walk-a-thon today!