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UNICEF-supporter Jim Paterson, 34, ran an impressive 12 marathons in 12 months. He's raised over £13,000 for children. He’s also organised a host of fundraising events to help him reach his target. Here are a few of Jim's fundraising tips.
Last week, 26 intrepid UNICEF UK fundraisers completed a trek up Kilimanjaro for the world’s children. Alyrene Rosser from our fundraising team reports on their African adventure.
In just 10 weeks, Alyrene Rosser, our Fundraising Events Manager will set out on our Trek Kilimanjaro for the World’s Children. So how's the preparation going?.
Manchester United legends Bryan Robson and Andrew Cole were in Bangkok
last week as part of a fundraising tour to help the club raise £1
million for UNICEF’s work with children. During their trip, I went with
Bryan to visit Baan Phumvej Reception Home for Boys, to learn how UNICEF
is supporting children who have been abused or trafficked.
A group of trekkers reflect on the highlights of the Trek for the Children of Morocco 2010.
Laura reflects on the final day of the trek, when she was faced with a 25km hike with a painful blister on her right little toe.
Jeanie's final blog as the trekkers finally reach the end of their journey.
Life in camp during the evenings, and the technology that's making these blogs possible.
Three trekkers on the UNICEF UK Trek for the Children of Morocco reflect on their experiences.
Jeanie Davison recounts the moment when the trekking party were faced with a 150 metre descent down a mammoth sand dune.
Jeanie Davison reports on the second day of full walking on the UNICEF Trek in Morocco.
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