Change for Good is a partnership between UNICEF and the international airline industry. Established in 1987, it is one of UNICEF's best-known and longest-running partnerships. Currently ten international airlines support the Change for Good program. Thanks to the support of customers and participating airlines, the global Change for Good program has generated more than $174 million, which has contributed to UNICEF’s efforts to helping save and improve the lives of millions of children around the world.
In the United States, American Airlines has been the participating airline of the Change for Good program since 1994. Travelers on selected international American Airlines flights can donate their extra U.S. and foreign currencies to help UNICEF provide lifesaving and lifechanging services to children and their families. To date, American Airlines has raised over $17 million dollars for Change for Good.
If you are unable to donate your foreign currency on an American Airlines international flight, you can still support Change for Good by sending your gift to the following address:
ATTN: Change for Good Program
125 Maiden Lane
New York, NY 10038
As donations of foreign coins are processed in bulk by a third-party vendor, please note that the acknowledgment you receive for your donation will not specify the amount of your gift.
American Airlines AAdvantage members can donate AAdvantage miles (1,000-mile minimum) as part of American Airlines’ Miles for Social Good program, which supports impact organizations including UNICEF USA.
Champions for Children is a volunteer program that empowers American Airlines employees to take action for children as they perform everyday work duties. More than 5,000 Champions for Children volunteer their working hours to collect foreign and domestic currency contributions from American Airlines customers on select international flights.
Change for Good on American Airlines is proudly supported by the Association of Professional Flight Attendants (APFA). Change for Good on American Airlines could not exist without the incredible support of Champions for Children.
If you are an American Airlines employee and would like to learn more, visit the Champions for Children microsite or Jetnet: Employee Programs.
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