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20,000 Reasons to Smile About 2018

As we close out 2018, we want to share this picture of a happy, healthy, thriving baby.

Malnourished no more.

It’s kind of hard to not smile when you see that face, right?!

And we have 20,000 more reasons for you to smile, too.

That’s because the UNICEF Kid Power team saved the lives of over 20,000 children in 2018!

Twenty-thousand severely malnourished kids will now have the opportunity to live a happy and healthy life — all because of UNICEF Kid Power.  

Now we can hardly wait to see how many lives we can save together in 2019!

Help us start making a big impact now by playing Kid Power Ups every week! When you press play for impact, it unlocks lifesaving nutrition for children around the globe. Plus, we’re adding new Kid Power Ups every week — so come back often to play them all!

And don’t forget to refer other teachers to join the team. The bigger our team gets, the more children we can save! (Hint: it’s easy to do right in your Dashboard — just scroll to “Refer a Teacher” box at bottom of page.)

If you’re not signed up yet, UNICEF Kid Power is free to all educators in the U.S. It takes less than 1 minute to sign-up and 5 minutes to get started playing your first Kid Power Up with your class.

Kid Power is here to help!

We believe that physical activity in students leads to lifelong increases in mental and social emotional health. That’s why we offer free, fun, and engaging videos that get kids up and moving!

From dance routines to sports drills, there’s something for every kid to enjoy. With the power of physical activity and a built-in “give back” component on the platform, we feel confident that kids will want to continue coming back to Get Active and Save Lives!

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