Andy Murray will donate tournament winnings for Ukraine to UNICEF

As part of an appeal for donations for Ukraine, former world No. 1 Andy Murray has announced that he will be donating his tournament winnings to UNICEF.

“I will donate my prize money for the rest of the year, The winner of three Grand Slam tournaments tweeted. But anyone in the UK can support UNICEF’s humanitarian response by responding to our appeal for donations, The High Commissioner for Refugees on Tuesday listed more than two million refugees who had fled Ukraine since the Russian invasion. According to UNICEF, hundreds of thousands of them are children.

“More than 7.5 million children are at risk in Ukraine because of the escalating conflict, which is why I am working with UNICEF UK to help provide emergency medical assistance and early childhood development kits. ,The 34-year-old couple, currently ranked 88th in the world.

, It is imperative that education continues, so UNICEF is working to help displaced children receive an education and rehabilitate damaged schools as well as replace their equipment and furniture.He concluded.

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