Moderated by UNICEF USA's National Council, this fundraising-themed webinar will kick off The George Harrison Fund for UNICEF Clubs Challenge Spring Campaign aka: the largest fundraising chain in the history of our Clubs Program! Come hear from the National Council, learn about fundraising best practices, tips & tricks, resources and more, while we celebrate the life and legacy of George Harrison on his birthday.
See you there!
UNICEF USA National Council & Community Engagement Team
About the Clubs Challenge Spring Fundraising Campaign
Help us reach our goal of raising $10,000 for UNICEF by starting a fundraiser & then nominating a fellow UNICEF Club to host their own! That Club will then start their fundraiser and nominate another Club, so on and so forth, until all Clubs are participating. Why? "Because I was asked by a friend!"
Our inspiration? George Harrison. Almost 50 years ago, George Harrison - member of The Beatles - hosted The Concert for Bangladesh - the very first benefit concert of its kind - in support of UNICEF. When asked why he chose to support this cause, he said "because I was asked by a friend if I would help." George Harrison's legacy of giving still lives on today through The George Harrison Fund for UNICEF Clubs Challenge and we want you ALL "to ask a friend" to help us fight for the world's children.
Follow these easy steps & get ready for fun giveaways:
About the National Council
The UNICEF USA National Council is composed of 14 college and high school students, who work to strengthen the UNICEF UNITE Clubs program and provide perspective of youth voice to UNICEF USA. The Council was created to work closely with UNICEF USA to represent youth voice and support other youth promoting children rights, like clubs, around the country.