WWE & UNICEF Kid Power: Partners in Empowerment

UNICEF Kid Power gives kids the power to save lives by connecting their everyday activity to real-world impact. By getting active with Kid Power, kids unlock therapeutic food that UNICEF delivers to severely malnourished children. The more kids move and learn, the more lives they save.
Kid Power Ups
Kid Power Ups are interactive 3-5 minute videos designed to get kids moving, learning, and working together. With Kid Power Ups, kids develop 21st century and social-emotional skills, empowering them to become a generation of engaged global citizens. Teachers and parents can sign up for free for instant access to a library of 100+ Kid Power Ups.
Unlocking Impact
When you complete Kid Power Ups, they unlock packets of lifesaving therapeutic food that UNICEF delivers to severely malnourished children around the world. Learn more about how UNICEF Kid Power works.
WWE & UNICEF Kid Power are teaming up
WWE is partners with UNICEF Kid Power to bring empowering experiences to kids across the US.
We want every child to realize they have the power to make a difference in the world.
Kid Power Ups Featuring WWE Superstars
Thanks to WWE, kids can get active and saves lives with Kid Power Up videos featuring their favorite WWE Superstars.
Making a Difference
WWE Universe, let’s celebrate the amazing impact being made.

WWE Superstars Dana Brooke, Mustafa Ali, and Apollo

Join the Road to WrestleMania 37 Sweepstakes

Calling all educators! Become a UNICEF Kid Power school to be eligible to win $2,000 and be named a WWE Community Champion.

WWE Superstar Natalya

Each school must have at least five teachers signed up for UNICEF Kid Power. Between January 4 and March 26, 2021, each school must collectively play at least 10 Kid Power Ups to unlock 1 RUTF packet.
Sweepstakes Winners
Four schools will be selected and notified on March 29, 2021. Each winning school will be awarded a $2,000 grant to make a difference in their school and/or community. Each school will also be named a WWE Community Champion. Learn more here.

It's FREE!

UNICEF Kid Power is free to participate and is suggested for grades K-8.

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