Tickets start at $20 and all sales will go directly toward providing relief to children around the world who have faced the harsh consequences of the global pandemic. Workout does not require any equipment!
Event livestream link will be sent to ticket holders 20 minutes prior to the class on Dec. 27 @ 11 am PT / 2 pm EST
For more info on how UNICEF is helping fight the Coranavirus - including leading global efforts to procure and supply vaccine doses for 92 lower- and middle-income countries and serving as procurement coordinator for 80 higher income countries - follow this link!
Since the beginning of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, more than 1.3 billion children have lost access to in-person education following physical distancing requirements, and with it, the school meals that provided a key source of nutrition. Global economic growth is projected to decline by 4.9 percent in 2020, with a cumulative loss to the global economy of over $12 trillion over two years (2020 to 2021). In addition, the impacts of COVID-19 have pushed an additional 150 million children into poverty.
At present, UNICEF is leading the global effort to procure and supply COVID-19 vaccines in what could be the world’s largest and fastest ever procurement and supply of vaccines, as part of the global vaccine plan of the COVID-19 Vaccine Global Access Facility (COVAX Facility) led by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance.
All proceeds from ticket sales for this class with Barry's Bootcamp will go toward the COVID-19 Vaccination Operation Fund. By contributing to the fund you will provide UNICEF and partners with the operational support needed to address this unprecedented global response, including:
With your support, UNICEF will be able to support vulnerable populations in mitigating the negative consequences of COVID-19. As the pandemic continues, UNICEF is working with partners to reimagine and develop a world that is a safer and more equitable place for communities and children everywhere.