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LV Mediterranean for UNICEF

by Guillaume Torzec

$ 1,143

raised so far. Fundraising target $ 1,250

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Exciting news - you can help some of the world's vulnerable children by joinning the LV for Unicef World Run during the week of September 8-15 2019!


Participate with other LV employees around the world in the biggest LV Run ever and collect some funds to raise awareness about displaced and refugee children, plus all children in emergency situations across the world.

 

More details to come in the comment section, including logistics, timing and practical topics!

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09/17/2019

Chara Daniela Davidhi

$ 20

09/16/2019

Sara Rodrigo

$ 20

09/16/2019

Ruohong Chen (Louis Vuitton)

$ 15

09/15/2019

Francesco Belloni

$ 20

09/15/2019

Martina Gandini

$ 20

09/15/2019

Elena Chen

$ 10

09/15/2019

Filipe Pereira penha (Louis VUITTON)

$ 20

09/15/2019

Polina Palamar

$ 3

09/14/2019

Antonio Imedio (Louis Vuitton Barcelona)

$ 20

09/14/2019

Jiayi Hu

$ 20

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Since 2016, Louis Vuitton partners with UNICEF to support the most vulnerable children around the world.

The aim of this global partnership is to raise funds for UNICEF and help support children that are exposed to conflicts, diseases, natural disasters and other situations that threaten their safety and well-being.

Funds have been raised through proceeds from the sale of a dedicated jewellery item, the Silver Lockit. It is a symbol of protection and was chosen to signify sealing one’s promise to help children in urgent need. The bracelets, which 40% of the retail price is donated to UNICEF, have raised over $7 million on behalf of UNICEF since the 2016 launch.

For example, in 2018 funds have provided Syrian and Rohingya children with safe drinking water, food, sanitation facilities and medical care, along with clothing and blankets for the winter months.