December 01, 2020
07:00 PM until 08:00 PM


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  • Line/Box Office Phone: Julianne O'Connell, UNICEF USA
  • Cost: Tickets and benefits range from $100 to $100,000.


On Giving Tuesday, December 1, UNICEF USA will host an exclusive, virtual fundraiser to celebrate and empower children around the world. The event will kick off the holiday season and raise funds in support of UNICEF’s work to save and improve the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children.

The program will feature change makers from around the globe and will include UNICEF experts, advocates, and future leaders who use their voices to support and amplify UNICEF’s lifesaving mission. The event will show the breadth of UNICEF’s work, showcasing UNICEF’s global response yesterday, today and tomorrow.

The evening will feature special performances by UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Katy Perry, UNICEF Ambassadors Sofia Carson and P!NK, and UNICEF Supporter Liam Payne. The live fundraising appeal will be led by Harry Santa-Olalla.

Guest appearances will be made by UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Orlando Bloom, UNICEF Ambassadors Halima Aden, Pau Gasol, and Alyssa Milano and UNICEF Supporters Gemma Chan, Charli D’Amelio, Dixie D’Amelio, Billie Eilish, FINNEAS, Laurie Hernandez, Danielle Kang, Kofi Kingston, Justin H. Min, Naomi Osaka, and Satou Sabally along with many others.

Special Guests: Halima Aden, Orlando Bloom, Gemma Chan, K.I.N.D Fund Scholar Joyce Chisale, Principal Advisor, Public Health Emergencies, UNICEF Dr. Carlos Navarro Colorado, Chief of Education, UNICEF Peru Daniel Conteras, Charli D’Amelio, Dixie D’Amelio, Vice Chairman of the Executive Committee, Johnson & Johnson and National Board Member, UNICEF USA Joaquin Duato, Billie Eilish, FINNEAS, Pau Gasol, Laurie Hernandez, Danielle Kang, Kofi Kingston, Alyssa Milano, Justin H. Min, Nkosilathi Nyathi, CEO & President, UNICEF USA Michael Nyenhuis, Naomi Osaka, Satou Sabally, UNICEF Representative in Zambia Noala Skinner, Dante Vergara, Alexandria Villaseñor.

UNICEF works in more than 190 countries and territories, helping save more children’s lives than any other humanitarian organization. During the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, the lives of people around the world, especially children, have been significantly disrupted.

It has established a new “normal” that has physical, social and emotional consequences for children— consequences that communities and parents need tools to address.

UNICEF is helping to reduce and address the impact of COVID-19 on families by distributing supplies and prevention kits to schools and clinics around the world, providing practical tips and information to parents, and offering education-driven and healing activities for children. UNICEF won’t stop until every child has a chance at an equitable future.