UNICEF Next Generation

UNICEF Next Generation is a subgroup of the US Fund for UNICEF that is composed of young professionals who aim to support UNICEF’s work through various activities and projects, such as the annual Masquerade Ball.  According to the UNICEF Next Generation page, the group has already raised over $3 million to support UNICEF’s projects all over the world, such as nutrition programs in Guatemala and emergency response in Haiti.

Young professionals between the ages of 21 and 40 are encouraged to join through two different membership levels: Heroes for Zero and Superheroes for Zero. To be a Heroes for Zero member, you have to commit to an automated monthly donation of $20 to $49.99 per month, while you have to donate $50 or more per month to be a Superhero for Zero. Both levels have different membership perks, including getting the chance to be part of one of the committees by becoming a Superhero for Zero. Plus, your monthly donations are also tax deductible.

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