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Take the Pledge: I Believe in Zero

Zero starving children. Zero exploited children. Zero preventable child deaths.

Before anything unimaginable can become real, there must be a believer. Someone who believes with unwavering determination. Someone whose conviction is so powerful that other people start to believe, too — more and more, until finally a seemingly impossible idea becomes possible. An idea like BELIEVE IN ZERO. Zero starving children. Zero exploited children. Zero preventable child deaths.  

By Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF, you are helping make ZERO possible. The money you raise enables us to get children the health care, clean water, nutrition, education, emergency relief, and more that they need to survive, and thrive. 

You can also have complete confidence that your donations are being used wisely. UNICEF’s lifesaving programs are funded entirely by voluntary contributions. UNICEF is respected worldwide for its high-impact, low-cost solutions.

The U.S. Fund for UNICEF supports UNICEF’s work through fundraising, advocacy, and education in the United States, and 90.5 cents of every dollar we receive go to programs that help children.

Now in its 62nd year, the original Kids Helping Kids® campaign has raised more than $167 million and remains an inspiration to the young (and the young at heart). Participants learn about the often life-threatening realities faced by children in developing countries and are empowered to take action. It is a unique opportunity for education, service, and creative expression.

Want to help?  Take this pledge and then take action:


"I believe in ZERO.

ZERO preventable child deaths.

ZERO starving children.

ZERO exploited children.

ZERO children denied an education.

ZERO children deprived of clean water.

I stand with UNICEF and its partners, including the world's children, and I pledge my voice and my actions to the fight for



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