How the fireworks on New Year’s Eve 2015 will help Unicef protect children

20 November 2015

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

David Bull, Executive Director at Unicef UK talks about why the organisation decided to partner with the Mayor for London New Year’s Eve.

Watching the fireworks on New Year’s Eve, whether from the banks of the Thames or on TV at home, is an unmissable annual tradition for people across the UK. And every year, millions more people around the world join in and look to London’s iconic display to help them see in the New Year.

The event is always something very special and this year Unicef is incredibly proud to be part of it. We’re joining together with the Mayor of London to make sure this year’s celebrations are better than ever.

And what’s more, everyone who watches will have the chance to help change the lives of the world’s most vulnerable children.

As 100,000 people gather in the capital to witness the spectacular display, the event will help bring people together in a shared moment of hope and commitment as they welcome in the New Year.

We’d love you to join us for the countdown and enjoy an evening of fun, fireworks, music and spectacular goodwill. Book your ticket here.

When you book, you’ll have the opportunity to add a donation to Unicef to your ticket. Every donation Unicef receives will support our work to help children caught in wars and disasters around the world, like the one in Syria.

We’re hugely excited about London New Year’s Eve with Unicef and the potential it has to change children’s lives. We hope to see you there!

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