Aer Lingus – Champion for children

Aer Lingus Cabin Crew Mozambique Field Visit

Recently Aer Lingus Cabin Crew  spent time in Mozambique to see UNICEF at work.



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Aer Lingus – Champion for Children

Aer Lingus and UNICEF have been working together since 1997 to save children’s lives all over the world. Through this work almost $15m has been raised to date. Change for Good™ was established in 1987, it is one of UNICEF’s best known and longest running partnerships. Aer Lingus are one of 10 international airlines supporting the Change for Good™ program.

UNICEF Ireland has a long history of successful alliances with outstanding Irish companies. The most successful partnerships are multi-faceted and integrated into a company’s philanthropic, marketing and communications strategies. Working in over 150 countries worldwide it can sometimes be hard to see the benefits of all the hard fundraising work done in Ireland. With the introduction of “Champions for Children” program this will allow cabin crew to experience UNICEF on a deeper level, gaining more insight and knowledge into UNICEF’s work and also a deeper understanding of the many issues in the world today.

What it will mean to be a “Champion for Children?

The aim of this program is to create new opportunities for Aer Lingus cabin crew to get involved in UNICEF’s Change for Good™ program. This is a volunteer program designed to empower cabin crew to take action for children as they perform everyday work duties

What’s involved?

Each year a team of eight Champions for Children will be selected; this team will become the  advocates for Change for Good™ and other UNICEF fundraising initiatives.

UNICEF Ireland is very grateful to all Aer Lingus passengers for their generous donations as well as the commitment of all Aer Lingus management and staff to this special campaign.

Aer Lingus Mozambique Field Visit

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Aer Lingus Cabin Crew – Mozambique Field Visit, April 2011