UNICEF (United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund) was established by the United Nations more than 70 years ago and is headquartered in New York City although there are UNICEF offices throughout the world.
In the most simple terms, the United States Fund for UNICEF (USF UNICEF) raised $474 million, of which $370 million ($78 out of every $100) was used for grants and other assistance to foreign organizations, foreign governments, and foreign individuals. The remaining revenue ($104 million) was spent on employee compensation ($31.5 million), payments to affiliates ($29 million), printing, postage, shipping, advertising, promotion, and mailing lists ($23 million), fees for services – fundraising, management, and program – ($13 million), and office-related expenses ($7.5 million).
In 2017, the USF UNICEF employed 320 individuals and spent $31.5 million on compensation which equates to about $98,500 per individual. However, 51 individuals received more than $100,000 in compensation with the 13 most highly compensated listed as follows: Read more
UNICEF is one of the most well-known charities in the world. Formed in 1947, UNICEF in the US is based in New York City. In 2016, the United States Fund for UNICEF raised $553 million – an increase of $53 million more than in 2015 – and most of which came from contributions, gifts, and grants. Expenses totaled $545 million with the remaining revenue added to the net fund balance which had $114 million at year-end. Read more
The United States Fund for UNICEF (“UNICEF”) is a non-profit organization primarily engaged in raising contributions and awarding grants to other organizations that work with health and education issues in more than 150 countries (but primarily in Sub-Sahara Africa).
Established in 1947, the organization is based in New York City in a headquarters that was acquired and equipped with a $43.5 million (which had a year-end balance of about $37.5 million) bond issue in 2007. Read more