Unicef – Keeping children safe

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Festival On The Wall is a chance to celebrate life, spend time with friends and make memories. We want to share that love.

By supporting Unicef, the world’s leading children’s organisation, the FOTW community will help to ensure that vulnerable children around the world can lead happy, healthy lives. Right now, millions of children are in danger. They’re facing violence, disease, hunger and the consequences of war and disaster. So many children are denied the basic freedoms that we take for granted. Unicef and partners are working day and night to provide vital support to save and change children’s lives.

We have experienced first-hand the amazing difference that Unicef makes in countries such as India, Bangladesh, Nigeria and Afghanistan, having been privileged enough to visit and work alongside Unicef teams in the field. Believe us, once you have seen what a difference they make, you want to do all you can to help!

We hope you will join us in finding ways we can share the love and help those in desperate need. Have fun, do good, feel good. By buying a ticket, your £10 donation (included in the price of your weekend ticket) will help Unicef to keep children safe. Here are some of the ways your donation could make a difference:
•    Just £10 could help provide the vaccines to protect more than 80 children against polio
•    Just £10 could provide two blankets to keep babies safe and warm
•    Just £10 could provide 2,500 life-saving water purification tablets to provide clean drinking water for children
•    Just £10 could help provide life-saving therapeutic milk for a child for two weeks.

Thanks for your support.

Learn more about Unicef and their work or find ways of working with them here.

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PHOTO: Boys attend school at Hemonto Government Primary School in Rangamati on 3 February, 2014.

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