For decades, Japan has been there for the world’s children in their time of need, supporting UNICEF’s lifesaving work. Today, UNICEF is there for Japan’s children.
Your donation will be put to work to provide urgently needed assistance to children who are in grave danger in the wake of the recent earthquake and tsunami.
Please donate $50, $100, $250, $500 or any amount you can to help address the unique needs of children affected by this epic disaster. Use this form to make a secure, tax-deductible donation to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF—any amount you can give will help children cope with an epic disaster.
Extremists in Congress are pushing through legislation to slash all funding for NPR, PBS and other public media. This is the closest they have ever come to pulling the plug on the news and cultural programming that a vast majority of Americans say they support.
Help us beat back these attacks by urging your representative to stand with the American people and protect public media. Sign the letter below to put Congress on notice: It can’t play politics with one of the last, best sources of news and programming we have in America.
For some communities, local NPR and PBS stations are the only source of serious reporting. They also employ thousands of journalists — at a time when commercial newsrooms are shedding jobs.
Whether you rely on public media for Morning Edition or for Sesame Street, tell Congress to take a stand for public media.
The House is pushing a “Resolution of Disapproval” that would strip the FCC of its authority to protect our right to free speech online. If it passes, the FCC would not just be barred from enforcing its already weak Net Neutrality rule, but also from acting in any way to protect Internet users against corporate abuses.
We can kill the resolution in the Senate by getting 51 members to stand up for online freedom. Sign this letter to demand that your senators protect our right to an open Internet, and we will deliver it to their offices in Washington