The Danny Kaye Society
"I feel that the most rewarding thing I have ever done in my life is to be associated with UNICEF."
Danny Kaye turned his star power to the benefit of children everywhere when he became UNICEF's first Goodwill Ambassador in 1954. In doing so, this accomplished actor and comedian helped rewrite the rules of global citizenship and set an example for all future celebrity advocates. Mr. Kaye generated immense goodwill for UNICEF while putting the health and development needs of children center stage. He became the public and beloved face of UNICEF for millions of adults and children alike.
The Danny Kaye Society is a group of dedicated individuals who have chosen to make a lasting commitment to the world's most vulnerable children through their estate plans. Their generosity will provide future generations of children the lasting support they need to live healthier, safer lives.
An Invitation to Join the Danny Kaye Society
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF invites you to join others who have created their own legacy for the world's children. When you join the Danny Kaye Society, you will receive the following benefits:
- Special recognition in the U.S. Fund for UNICEF's Annual Report.
- A subscription to our magazine, Every Child.
- Invitations to special events, including our Annual Meeting.
- Life Stories, a collection of 33 stories illustrating UNICEF's awe-inspiring work, or Child Survival Vignettes a DVD highlighting UNICEF's achievements in fighting malaria, polio, and AIDS, and in providing children with safe, clean water.
If you have not yet included the U.S. Fund in your estate plans and would like to explore the best options for you and your family, do not hesitate to contact us. We would be very glad to assist you on a confidential basis without obligation.Back