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Help Ukraine

The war in Ukraine has displaced millions of people, creating a refugee crisis. Beginning on June 20, World Refugee Day, broadcasters are coming together to support UNICEF’s emergency response to the children displaced by this crisis. Below, you’ll find 30-second radio and TV spots produced by UNICEF USA to raise funds for UNICEF’s humanitarian work in Ukraine. You are welcome to customize these spots with your station logos. Please consider airing these spots as often as possible beginning on June 20 through July 4. For stations that want to cover this effort in their newscasts and online, UNICEF USA has provided talking points, B-roll and other resources to utilize on websites, social media and in newscasts. If you have any questions, please reach out to Thank you for your support of this meaningful campaign.

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On 12 May 2022 in Ukraine, 11-year-old Yaroslav takes care of his mother Natalia and twin-sister Yana. Photo Courtesy: UNICEF

On May 12, 2022 in Ukraine, 11-year-old Yaroslav takes care of his mother Natalia and twin-sister Yana, who were heavily injured when a missile hit Kramatorsk railway station. © UNICEF

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Press Releases

One Hundred Days of War in Ukraine Have Left 5.2 Million Children in Need of Humanitarian Assistance (UNICEF, May 31, 2022)

National Association of Broadcasters Launches Campaign Supporting Ukrainian Children (NAB, June 13, 2022)

Interview Requests

To schedule an interview with a UNICEF USA representative, please contact Nina Marie Costa at

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