"Take Action" provides educators, parents, and youth a variety of opportunities to help address critical global issues. Action opportunities range from organizing a UNICEF High School Club to participating in our UNICEF Tap Project. Additionally, a service-learning information sheet provides educators with background information and resources.
To learn more about taking action on behalf of UNICEF, visit the UNICEF Action Center at www.unicefusa.org/actioncenter.
For generations, kids have toted UNICEF's collection boxes door to door on Halloween calling out "Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF!" They have raised more than $170 million since 1950 to help children around the world -- funds that have enabled UNICEF to save and improve children's lives by providing health care, improved nutrition, clean water, education and more.
Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF does more than just provide a way for children to help their peers. For parents, teachers and group leaders, it's a time-tested tool that motivates kids to learn the value of helping others. And this year, teachers have a chance to win a trip overseas with UNICEF experts.