Join the Legacy Circle
The Legacy Circle is a special group of donors who have made an extraordinary commitment to the world's most vulnerable children through their estate plan. The generosity and foresight of Legacy Circle members help advance UNICEF's work around the world and makes a significant, long-term impact on the well-being of children.
How your legacy can help children:
When you plan ahead to make a difference, you give UNICEF the stability it needs to deliver lifesaving programs and services when and where they're needed. Necessities many people take for granted but are not accessible to the world's most vulnerable children:
- Health care and immunization
- Safe water
- Emergency relief
Benefits to our Legacy Circle members:
When you join the Legacy Circle, you'll feel good knowing your legacy will improve the lives of children living among poverty, disease and violence. You'll also receive these exclusive benefits:
- Recognition of your generosity in our annual report*
- Invitation to the UNICEF USA Annual Summit
- The Reach of UNICEF, a large, foldout map that highlights the regions in which UNICEF works
- Your choice of a special thank you gift
*If you prefer to remain anonymous, we will honor your wishes.
Contact us by email to learn how you can create a legacy that will help save and protect children for years to come.Contact Us
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