We believe together is better, and that the efforts of many different communities uniting for one cause is the solution to a better future.
If you are a charitable trust or foundation looking to partner with UNICEF, we want to hear from you.
Thanks to our joint collaborations with various trusts, we have managed to carry out a number of life-changing projects campaigning for better children’s rights. Our WASH programme is but one.
UNICEF is paving the way to exploring innovative ways to access water and ensure that every child benefits from a clean and safe environment.
We promote the use of improved sanitation and proper hygiene practices, and do so through our incredible WASH programme which works to build climate-resistant sanitation.
None of this would be possible if it were not for the impressive work carried out by charitable foundations worldwide. We are deeply grateful for the generosity of our partnering institutions.
With them, miracles have been achieved in saving and improving the livelihoods of children everywhere.
UNICEF Ireland is proud of our current charitable partnership with the Cathal Ryan Trust, with whom we have enjoyed a number of successful co-creations for helping children fulfil their potential.
A long and fruitful collaboration, in 2014 UNICEF and the Cathal Ryan Trust spent four years creating transformative change for communities affected by conflict in North Sri Lanka. The Cathal Ryan Trust then went on to invest in child protection measures and helped set up a number of small businesses.
Since then, the Trust has gone on to invest €3.5 million in the UNICEF youth empowerment scheme in South Africa; working endlessly to support vulnerable young people make the transition to adulthood.
Our charitable partnerships are mutually exclusive and guarantee trust and teamwork towards a better future for children.
If you would like to find out more information about getting involved with UNICEF Ireland, please contact Owen:
Owen Buckley, Corporate Partnerships/Major Donor Manager; (01) 878 3000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org