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By donating a small part of your inheritance, you can make a big difference for children in third world countries. This January, UNICEF invites you to participate in one of the planned information meetings held across Denmark. Here you can learn more about how you can support life with your inheritance.
In a new ad campaign, which is currently running on Danish TV, you can watch as different Danes are given unconventional estimates on their art objects by Bruun Rasmussen’s valuation experts. For instance, do you know how much schooling for children your Arne Jacobsen chair can pay for? Or how many children can be vaccinated against tuberculosis for the price of your Poul Henningsen lamp?
At UNICEF’s information meetings you can learn more about how to donate your inheritance – for instance by selling part of it at auction. By donating some of your art objects to a humanitarian cause, you can give a great gift to the children of the world – and at the same time, you can have a say in what happens to your inheritance.
Information meeting: Support life with your inheritance
UNICEF works for all the world's children and is at the forefront when it comes to ensuring that children survive and thrive in life. The framework for the organisation's work is the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, and the organisation’s campaigns are entirely dependent on voluntary contributions. UNICEF acts as the children's voice in the offices of government, the children’s helping hand around the world, as well as their lifesaving relief provider under the worst conditions of war and disaster.
For further information, please contact:
Bruun Rasmussen: +45 8818 1111 · email@example.com
Marie Østerholt, Inheritance Manager at UNICEF: +45 3527 3838 · firstname.lastname@example.org