Articles Tagged ‘UNICEF’


Pictures from 2014 Nonprofit Mobile Day

July 17, 2014

Mobile Commerce Daily presented its fifth annual Nonprofit Mobile Day in partnership with the Direct Marketing Association on July 15. Here are pictures taken during the event.

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What to expect at Nonprofit Mobile Day 2014

June 16, 2014

With mobile’s importance continuing to grow for nonprofits, executives from organizations that are leading the way, including UNICEF, The Nature Conservancy and Goodwill, will convene at the fifth annual Nonprofit Mobile Day to discuss how they are leveraging mobile to drive marketing and fundraising efforts.

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UNICEF, Giorgio Armani translate phone-less minutes to donations supporting clean water

February 28, 2014

UNICEF and Giorgio Armani are tapping into consumers’ attachment to smartphones to raise awareness and money for the Tap Project, which provides clean water in countries such as Belize and Cameroon, and the campaign has gone viral, attracting more than 1.4 million unique visitors.

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UNICEF raises $18K via SMS for Philippines typhoon relief

November 12, 2013

The United Nations Children’s Fund, World Vision and Catholic Relief Services are leveraging SMS to drive donations for Typhoon Haiiyan relief and provide opportunity for donations from all socio-economic classes.

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UNICEF ties donations, games together via mobile app

October 13, 2010

UNICEF is rolling out an iPhone application in conjunction with the 60th anniversary of its Trick-or-Treat campaign, letting users donate directly via their mobile device.

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PayPal updates app to let users donate to 23,000-plus charities

August 19, 2010

PayPal has updated its iPhone application to let users donate to more than 23,000 charities, including The American Cancer Society, Save the Children and UNICEF.

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