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Support A Kid Power School!

Did you know that every single step the 30,000 Boston Marathon runners take this year is helping to save children’s lives?

On Marathon Monday, UNICEF USA’s Kid Power Program is teaming up with John Hancock to turn every runner’s steps into lifesaving nutrition for malnourished kids.

Since 2015, members of the UNICEF Kid Power team have unlocked enough therapeutic food packets to save 52,000 lives.

In classrooms participating in the UNICEF Kid Power program, students develop 21st century skills like awareness, empathy, and grit as they see the impact of their activity.

Donate now to bring UNICEF Kid Power to every classroom in America and help kids make a lifesaving and lasting difference.

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