Together Pandora and UNICEF support young voices. By combining our strengths, UNICEF and Pandora will impact and empower the next generation. We are supporting children to voice their passions and dreams.

Our partnership 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.

In the first year of the partnership, Pandora raised USD$3.4 million for UNICEF's key projects.

Charms for change

The Pandora for UNICEF partnership spans a variety of initiatives and occasions, including International Women's Day and World Children's Day. Charms for change gives Pandora fans a way to wear their support for UNICEF and young voices. AUD$25 from each purchase of the Limited Edition Pandora for UNICEF charm is donated to UNICEF to support the world’s most vulnerable children to lead healthier, safer lives and fulfill their potential.

Unfolding young potential

The partnership raises funds for UNICEF’s programmes focusing on education, gender equality, rights awareness, personal empowerment and civic engagement, as well as UNICEF’s core work across the world to ensure that every child survives, thrives and fulfils their potential.

In Guatemala for example, UNICEF's UPSHIFT program aims to empower marginalized youth to become social innovators and social entrepreneurs. The initiative supports adolescents aged 15-19 in secondary school living in the highland region of the country, whose families rely on agriculture for their livelihoods and where employment opportunities are especially limited.

Worldwide, 1 in 10 boys and 3 in 10 girls aged 15-24 years are neither in education, employment or training.

Pandora for UNICEF

Donate now and support young voices

Pandora is raising funds for UNICEF to support young voices. Together, we are providing young people the tools and opportunities they need to pursue their passions and fulfil their potential. Join us and help empower the next generation by making a donation directly to UNICEF today.

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The children featured are not beneficiaries of UNICEF programmes.