Clay Aiken In UNICEF Role

Clay Aiken just tweeted in his role as an UNICEF Ambassador.

And then again

 

Thank you to Clay for always reminding us that we can all make a difference!

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Comments

  1. I am so glad that Clay speaks out for children who are hurting everywhere in this world. What a terrible event. I know UNICEF can use any amount of money-small or big. It will help save children in the midst of this catastrophe.

  2. Clay of course got a great response regarding his tweet. He is a great ambassador and tries to help where he can. I am glad he knows he can count on us to jump in and help too! How nice to get a tweet back from UNICEF saying thank you.

  3. I'm a Clay fan from the Philippines. Thanks for
    speaking out for the children here affected by
    Super typhoon.

  4. What can I say – Clay is always on the job!!! I am so grateful for all that he inspires us to do! <3
    Will definitely be donating – I sponsor a child from the Philippines – hope she and family are safe!

  5. hello, marlene. may i ask where does your sponsored child live? most of the destruction are centered in the visayas – leyte province in particular, with some provinces also affected but not to the extent of the seashore towns of leyte. if the child is in manila, you need not worry. we had the howling winds of yolanda last friday-saturday but that't it.

  6. btw, local name for supertyphoon haiyan was "yolanda." hope it's not too confusing if you read the local news from the phils which refer to "yolanda" and the international news which refer to "haiyan."

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