Who We Are

We are the student chapter at Georgia Tech of the international organization which supports children’s healthcare, livelihood, and overall wellbeing.


Congressional Action Calls, Tabling Events, Concerts, Trick-o-Treating; you name it, we’ve done it.

Our Initiatives

Syrian Refuge Crisis

8.4 million Syrian children, inside and outside the country, are in need of humanitarian aid, and millions have borne witness to unrelenting violence from the brutal conflict that began more than five years ago. 2.6 million children are no longer in school and more than 2.5 million are living as refugees in neighboring countries or on the run in search of safety, helping to fuel […]

Every Mother and Child Act

Congressional Action Calls to help promote the bipartisan passing of impactful legislation. According to UNICEF’s A Promise Renewed report, the deaths of children under 5 worldwide have been cut by more than half since 1990. This is one of the greatest global success stories in the last 25 years. In partnership with UNICEF, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) played a leading role […]

Tap Project

Beginning as a grassroots volunteer program in 2007, the UNICEF Tap Project evolved into a successful and innovative campaign that used a mobile app to save lives by providing children with clean water. In the span of a decade, the UNICEF Tap Project: Directly benefited more than half a million people. Raised over $6 million. Supported UNICEF water, sanitation and hygiene programs in 12 countries. […]


For the first time since the start of the epidemic, an AIDS-free generation is within reach.  UNICEF estimates that, since 2000, 30 million new infections were prevented, nearly 8 million deaths averted, and 15 million people living with HIV are now receiving treatment.  In particular, UNICEF’s efforts to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV have made significant progress. But we must do more to break the deadly cycle of […]


of children around the world don’t have access to clean drinking water.

I Want to Help

We meet once a week in Howey, although meeting locations are subject to change.

For the latest schedule of meetings and events head over to our Facebook page and subscribe to our mailing list. Also be sure to check us out on OrgSync to sync your calendar with ours!!!