UNICEF Change for Good with Cebu Pacific helps vulnerable children online – Manila Bulletin

UNICEF Change for Good with Cebu Pacific helps vulnerable children online

Cebu Pacific passengers can now donate to help vulnerable children online at https://bit.ly/UNICEFChangeForGood and during the flight as part of UNICEF‘s Change for Good fundraising programme.

Cebu Pacific and UNICEF in action

“We are optimistic that everyone will travel again and embrace the new normal. And we are happy to resume the Change for Good program in flight so that we can continue to raise funds for children through our partnership with UNICEF,” said Lance Gokongwei, President and CEO of Cebu Pacific Air.

“Thanks to Cebu Pacific’s initiative during the pandemic, we were still able to raise money for children by launching Change for Good online. All proceeds go to children where and when they need it most, like those affected by the Typhoon Odette emergency. Now that travel has resumed and passengers can donate on board, we hope to raise even more funds, especially for children affected by emergencies,” said Oyunsaikhan Dendevnerov, UNICEF representative in the Philippines.

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More than two years after the start of the pandemic and with Typhoon Odette devastating many regions of the country, vulnerable children’s access to their fundamental rights remains under threat. With support from generous partners such as Cebu Pacific, UNICEF continues to work in typhoon-affected areas to restore access to essential health, nutrition, water, sanitation, hygiene, education and child protection, focusing primarily on the most affected and vulnerable. children and women. Every donation from individuals, businesses and organizations goes to support UNICEF’s development and emergency programs for children.

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