we engage youths in advocacy work with organizations such as the Unicef on calling to the end of hanger, child labor, sanitation, refugee needs and calling for funding for Children across the globe and other related matters that affect our communities. our youths took action in the Travel ban, walked in the Woman’s march and also March for our Lives in Cleveland. with the support of many community leaders and funders, we are now able to send 5 students to Washington, DC for a 4day Summit. our goal is to continue this relationship with Unicef and potentially sending more students every year at the summit.
Head to Capitol Hill with fellow Annual Summit participants to demonstrate your support for UNICEF’s work. Share personal stories and seek action on global children’s issues with lawmakers and their staff. Alongside other supporters from your state, you’ll use your collective power as constituents to urge Members of Congress to put children first in U.S. Government funding and policy decisions.