Refugee children will benefit from school supplies under a global campaign launched today by non-profit H&M Foundation in support of UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency.
UNICEF and the H&M Foundation launched the UNI_FORM campaign to highlight the importance of early childhood development. A digital and interactive jacket was created as a symbol for every child’s right to get the best start in life and as a tool for parents to engage in early learning activities with their children.
Noori Tales: Stories from the Indus Delta was a exhibition of works by award-winning Swedish-Eritrean photographer Malin Fezehai. The exhibition was available in Kungsträdgården in Stockholm August – September 2016 and was a collaboration between WaterAid and the H&M Foundation.
The Gift Card Holiday campaign 2015 is now completed and thanks to our customers, the donation amounted to a total of €4,9 million. This donation from the H&M Conscious Foundation will go to a program run by UNICEF and will benefit 480,000 marginalized and vulnerable children, aged 5-14 in Myanmar. These children will get increased access to school and improved quality of education.