easyJet Malta raise €1M for UNICEF
easyJet, and UNICEF are celebrating the launch of easyJet’s exclusive plane to mark the ‘Change for Good’ partnership, which has raised over 1 million euros through passenger donations across Europe to help save children’s lives.
Since the partnership launch in July 2012, easyJet passengers flying out of Malta International Airport have raised €1 million across easyJet’s 130 destinations which will enable UNICEF to protect nearly 2.5 million children and mums from deadly childhood diseases and maternal and newborn tetanus.
In addition, the money raised will help protect a further 3 million children from blindness, through vital vitamin A supplements; as well as training health workers and mothers to deliver lifesaving support to mothers in Africa.
From Friday December 14 easyJet crew across Europe will be dressed in Santa hats encouraging passengers to donate to UNICEF throughout the festive period.
In addition, all passengers travelling with easyJet tomorrow will receive complimentary chocolates as a thank you for supporting the ‘Change for Good’ programme.
The exclusively branded aircraft will become the ambassador of the Change for Good programme, which runs across all easyJet’s 600 routes enabling easyJet’s passengers to support UNICEF’s life-saving work