UNICEF is racing to deliver emergency supplies to areas of the Philippines ravaged by Super Typhoon Haiyan on November 8, as the latest estimates indicate that as many as four million children could now be affected by the disaster. Help us support this crucial effort to bring relief to the people of the Philippines.
Barry's Bootcamp, known as the Best Workout in the World, is reaching out to clients and friends at its eleven locations in North America and Europe to join in the effort to raise funds for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan. Barry's Bootcamp has a 15-year history of philanthropy and charity for causes ranging from battling breast cancer to hurricane relief to equality awareness. Together, we can flex our fundraising muscles to raise much needed funds UNICEF needs to bring aid to the people of the Philippines.
Children who escaped Haiyan still need urgent assistance to survive in the aftermath of the storm. Health is an urgent priority due to the impact of the typhoon on water supplies and sanitation systems. Children also need safe and protected spaces to be able to play and continue their education while adults work to recover their homes and livelihoods.
UNICEF is mobilizing therapeutic food for children, as well as kits containing health, water and hygiene supplies, from stocks already available in the country, to support up to 3,000 families in the affected areas. As soon as access is possible, these supplies will be distributed to the hard-hit area of Tacloban.
To learn more visit www.unicefusa.org.