We're a group of students from theUniversity of Westminster working in collaboration with the UoW Unicef society to hold fundraising events.

We are a group of second-year students from the University of Westminster. We are working together to start a Crowdfunder to raise money for our project. Our project is to raise donations on behalf of Unicef. The United Nations International Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF) helps children around the world from violence, hunger, disease and the chaos of war and disaster. We are working with The University of Westminster Unicef Society to raise £500 for our project.

As part of our fundraising, we organised a charity event in campus and collected £200 in donations. We now want to work with considerate and generous people like you to help protect the future of our children. The money raised will be directly donated to Unicef.

 

A photo of our fundraising event on The University of Westminster campus (22/02/16)

Updates On Our Progress 

  • Instagram page for our project has been created #unicefsocietywbs
  • As a team, we are continuously working on reaching out to as many people as we can including family and friends

 

Our group profile

Name: Haw Kanaga YuAge: 23Nationality: MalaysianDegree: Business and Management

My name is Haw Kanaga Yu. I am a 23-year-old student from Malaysia. Currently, I am second-year student at the Westminster Business School, studying Business and Management. Upon graduation, I have plans of setting up my own business.

 

Name: Halid AygunAge: 25Nationality: AmericanDegree: Finance with Management

My name is Halid Aygun. I am a 25-year-old student from the United States studying Finance with Management at the University of Westminster. I have a great passion in finance and investments, and aim a career in the corporate finance field. Moreover, I aim to invest in stocks and real estate as a part of my investment goal.     Name: Michael EpiphaniouAge: 20Nationality: British Degree: Business and Management   Hey! I'm Michael Epiphaniou, and I am a second-year student at the University of Westminster Business School. I study Business and Management, which provides me with the general knowledge of the business world and the private sector. After graduation, I plan to start my own business, and become an investor.  

Name: Mukesh BainsAge: 20Nationality: BritishDegree: FinanceHey, I’m currently a second-year student studying Finance at the University of Westminster. I’m from Kent, which is located just outside of London; this poses great potential for me, as I would like to peruse a future career in hedge funding which is a division of investment banking which is just a ‘stone’s throw’ away from the UK’s finance district being Canary Wharf.

 

Name: Noellanie Ogan Age: 19 Nationality: ThaiDegree: International MarketingI am a second-year student at the University of Westminster. I have an interest to study outside of classes and do fieldwork. I enjoy meeting new people and gaining new experiences. After I graduate, I plan to continue my family business in Thailand.

 

Please spread the word and thank you for your donation and your love to the children.

He is starving but we are not. It's time to share. 

(Source: http://www.unicef.org/southafrica/support_8981.html)

Children deserve protection from violence, abuse and starvation. 

(Source: http://www.ilgiornale.it/sites/default/files/styles/large/public/foto/2014/03/23/1395603107-unicef1.jpg)

Children in the line to receive hot meals. 

(Source: http://www.un.org/apps/news/story.asp?NewsID=41059#.VsS408dU2Rs\)

Children are provided with quality education, clean water as well as lifesaving healthcare.  

(Source: http://www.theplymouthbrethren.org.uk/unicef-acknowledges-pbcc-assistance-in-qantas-initiative/)

200,000 children may die of starvation this year in war-ravaged Somalia if it does not raise enough funds to provide vital aid.

(Source: http://www.newvision.co.ug/new_vision/news/1341170/200-kids-starve-death-somalia-unicef)

Launching of vaccination campaign by World bank and Unicef for children in the horn of Africa. 

(Source: http://afroeuro.org/magazine/?p=2750)

 

 

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