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UNICEF works closely with multi-national corporations to identify, design and implement global alliances that leverage the strengths and influential power of the corporate sector on behalf of the world’s children. Thanks to our global partners, UNICEF continues to make sound long-term investments in the next generation through enhanced support towards child programmes, covering health, nutrition, social protection, wash, sanitation and hygiene, education, and etc.

 

(in chronological order)

 

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Louis Vuitton

With the #MAKEAPROMISE campaign, Louis Vuitton contributes to UNICEF’s work of bringing life-saving support to vulnerable children around the world. Since the launch of the partnership in 2016, the sale of the Silver Lockit collections has helped the Maison raise over $20 million for UNICEF, with new versions of the bracelet launched annually.

 

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L'Occitane

Since 2017,  L’OCCITANE partners with UNICEF to address vitamin A deficiencies in children that leave them at risk of visual impairment.

 

Through the annual UNICEF Solidarity products campaign and other product-based campaigns, the support helped UNICEF reach more than 6 million women and children with vitamin A supplements and awareness by 2022.

 

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Clé de Peau Beauté

Beginning in 2019, partnered with UNICEF to promote Quality Education and Gender Equality under UNICEF's #4 and #5 Sustainable Development Goals.

 

Through the #KeyToABetterWorld campaign, Clé de Peau Beauté will donate 3 USD for every purchase of The Serum, to support the education and empowerment of girls around the world.

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Pandora

Pandora, has joined UNICEF since 2019 to help empower young voices by providing them with the tools they need to fulfill their potential and create a brighter future. The jewellery brand is helping UNICEF to reach more than 10 million children and young people with opportunities to learn, express themselves and find work in the future. 

UNICEF HK relies on Hong Kong’s private sector to initiate long-term and sustainable change for children worldwide. We are proud to partner with some of Hong Kong’s most prominent companies and we thank them for their commitment to UNICEF’s work.

(in chronological order)

 

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Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific has been supporting UNICEF HK through the flagship Change for Good inflight fundraising programme since 1991.  Travelers on Cathay Pacific flights are encouraged to donate any spare change they have – in any currency – to UNICEF HK when returning from their journeys.

 

Its lifestyle programme, Cathay (formerly known as Asia Miles), serves as a platform to connect its members with UNICEF. Members are encouraged to support UNICEF’s global initiative on defending children’s right by redeeming miles for social goods such as Emergency Packages for “Children in Crises”, Children Learning Set, Polio Vaccines, Therapeutic Spreads, etc.

 

The partnership went further in 2007 – when Cathay Pacific first sponsored the UNICEF Charity Run.

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Chow Tai Fook Jewellery Group Limited

Since the beginning of the partnership between Chow Tai Fook and UNICEF HK in 2007, Chow Tai Fook has been committed to supporting UNICEF’s work for women and children in rural China. They have donated to various emergency relief programmes and sponsored field visits to raise awareness of the plight of children in China.

 

For eleven years from 2008 to 2019, Chow Tai Fook has sponsored ‘China Children’s Week: Little Artists Big Dreams Drawing Competition’ to support UNICEF’s ‘Cash Transfers for Deprived Children’ project. The programme covers 15 counties in rural China, such as Yunnan, Sichuan and Gansu, providing pregnant women with cash subsidies for receiving life-saving health services, such as antenatal and postnatal check-up, hospital birth delivery and immunization, prior to and after childbirth.

 

Chow Tai Fook is also deeply involved in other UNICEF HK’s philanthropy activities. For instance, it has been a dedicated sponsor to UNICEF Charity Run since 2014, contributing to UNICEF’s global work on preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV. Apart from sending employees to participate in the Run, the company also gives away its products to winners and offers exclusively designed finisher medals to runners.

 

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CCB International (Holdings) Limited

CCB International (Holdings) Limited has been the diamond sponsor of Charity Run for two consecutive years, supporting our goal to end AIDS for all children. The company has also extended its support to our work through Red Packet Campaign, spreading blessings for the festive season of Chinese New Year to children in need.
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SF Express

SFHK has been sponsoring the annual fund raising event of UNICEF HK for the fourth consecutive year to support the UNICEF’s global campaign in ending AIDS with a particular focus on eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV. The company also made donations to the “Schools for Asia” and ‘China Children’s Health Fund’ Programmes to help improve early learning and teaching quality as well as the health condition of children living in China.

 

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Cinda HK

Cinda HK has become the Principal Sponsor of UNICEF Charity Run for a second successive year, supporting UNICEF’s global campaign in ending AIDS with a particular focus on eliminating mother-to-child transmission of HIV. Their company staff has also participated in various races that shows full support for the event.

 

Besides, Cinda HK has also joined the “Say Yes to Breastfeeding”, a community support campaign initiated by UNICEF HK. They have setted up a nursing room for breastfeeding, that helps mothers to breastfeed their babies. It shows their respect to the freedom of mothers to breastfeed anytime, anywhere without disturbance.

 

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Victoria Educational Organisation (VEO)

VEO has launched a series of on- and off-line educational and charitable activities to support UNICEF’s “Cherish Water” charity campaign which provides under-resourced communities with access to clean and potable water.

 

Notably, it held Hong Kong’s first “Little Makers Education Exhibition” which, through STEAM learning, showcased students’ appreciation for water as a vital resource as well as their inventive solutions to water scarcity in many parts of the world.
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CLP Holdings Ltd

As India faced a severe second wave of coronavirus infections, CLP Holdings Limited’s timely donation to UNICEF’s COVID-19 relief efforts in India has made a significant contribution towards critical oxygen therapy, emergency supplies and rapid testing.
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Vantage Capital Markets HK

As two devastating earthquakes and numerous aftershocks hit Syria and Turkiye in February 2023, Vantage Capital Markets HK Limited contributed greatly to support UNICEF’s emergency relief effort in the affected areas, enabling us to provide lifesaving assistance to children and families around the clock.

We express our gratitude to the following corporations/ organizations for their contributions which drive UNICEF HK to promote the rights and well-being of every child.

(in alphabetical order)

AliJoBo Company Limited

The Bank of East Asia Charitable Foundation Limited

Caffco International Limited

Doo Group

Green Court Foundation Limited

Hip Seng Construction Company Limited

Hong Kong Hotels Association

Mainetti (HK) Limited

PricewaterhouseCoopers Limited

Primavera Capital Limited

Sino Group

SOCAM Development Limited

Torrential Ease Limited

Worldtrans Air-Sea Service Ltd

YM Yoki Magoko

 

If you want to know more about becoming a corporate partner of UNICEF HK, please contact our team:

 

Ms. Shirley Yau

Tel: (852) 2836 2930
Email: [email protected]

 

Ms. Mandy Leung

Tel: (852) 2836 2970
Email: [email protected]