LINE X UNICEF

LINE has released a new set of stickers LINE X UNICEF: Special Edition,” a partnership with UNICEF, in support of children in developing countries. This is the first ever paid stickers released by UNICEF. All proceeds from stickers sales will be donated to the fund specifically created for children.

The UNICEF fund focuses on promoting the rights and well-being of children, with special effort on reaching the most vulnerable and excluded children. In developing countries, this especially covers health, nutrition and basic education.

The “LINE X UNICEF: Special Edition” consists of 24 stickers of adorable LINE FRIENDS characters and is available through the in-app Sticker Shop for 50 LINE coins, or approximately RM3.50. The special edition set is available in Malaysia, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Hong Kong, United States, Spain, France and Germany.

LINE X UNICEF

So send some love to needy children all around the world by downloading LINE X UNICEF: Special Edition stickers!

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