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American Airline is partnering with UNICEF on COVID-19 relief efforts in Latin America. The airline is helping to bring critical supplies to children and families in Argentina, Brazil, Costa Rica and Guatemala by allocating $460,000 to support UNICEF work in these areas.
“Serving the communities we call home is at the heart of everything we do at American,” said Jill Surdek, Senior Vice President – Flight Service. “American has a long and proud history in Latin America, and we are thankful that because of the great work that our ‘Champions’ do every year, we’re able to provide relief to communities that are battling this pandemic.”
“American Airlines and their passengers have been true advocates for children through their support of UNICEF for over 25 years, and in these unprecedented times, their commitment to helping children and families is vitally important,” said Gabriella Morris, Interim Chief Development Officer at UNICEF USA. “Working together will allow us to support families, equip front-line health workers and help keep children and communities healthy and safe.”
Anyone can donate to the Change for Good program in this critical time of need at www.unicefusa.org/aa.
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