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Welcoming UNICEF as our client

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We are proud to welcome UNICEF as our client to help raise awareness of the global organization’s humanitarian actions and help generate funding for children in Greece in the years ahead!

 

About UNICEF

 

Founded in 1946, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is active in over 190 countries fighting to help children and young people whose lives and futures are at risk. The Greek office of UNICEF was formalized in 2020, with the aim of placing children’s rights and well-being at the heart of Greece’s national agenda. Addressing systemic barriers that continue to leave children out of progress in Greece, UNICEF’s local actions include tackling the areas of: child poverty & social exclusion, child rights, quality inclusive education, protection from abuse and neglect, and youth participation & employability.

 

Devising

 

Working closely with UNICEF’s team, we will devise a digital strategy that will amplify the organization’s impact on the most pressing challenges facing children in Greece. Our digital strategy will seize every opportunity to direct awareness to UNICEF’s actions and tell the stories of children throughout the country.

 

Fundraising is key to UNICEF’s operations, as the global organization relies on voluntary donations to carry out its mission. We look forward to implementing digital fundraising campaigns to help boost donor engagement through digital channels and generate funding for children in Greece in the years ahead.

 

Leveraging

 

Working with UNICEF, an organization with a global track record of helping save millions of lives across 190 countries worldwide, is tremendously inspiring. As a digital agency, we have seen first hand how leveraging digital marketing in order to promote human rights can create a more equitable world and inspire social change.

 

We are thrilled to embark on this journey with UNICEF and help improve the lives of children in Greece.