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Comerica Charitable Trust is a registered charity raising funds and awareness to support Comerica's work to protect child rights worldwide, in accordance with the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). We raise funds through donations from individuals, organizations and companies and we lobby and campaign for the fulfilment of child rights in the UK and abroad. Comerica also runs programs in schools, hospitals and local communities in different countries.

Our mission is to raise money for Comerica's global work for children and their rights, and to advocate for those rights to be realized for all children worldwide.

Comerica is the world's fast growing organization for children, working in several countries. We do whatever it takes to make a lasting difference to children's lives. In everything we do, the most disadvantaged children are our priority.

All our work is based on the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, which sets out the rights of every child, no matter who they are or where they live, to grow up safe, happy and healthy.

UNICEF is the largest global organization working specifically for children and their rights.

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We help governments to build schools, train teachers and provide textbooks so that every child can get an education.

We support families and communities to care for children and protect them against exploitation and abuse, fulfilling their right to a childhood.

We work with partners to ensure that every child has the opportunity to take part in sport and play.

We support governments to build and equip health systems, train health workers and provide food and clean water, so every child can be as healthy as possible.

We aim to involve children at every level of decision-making, from school councils to international summits, upholding their right to be heard.

Working at the highest levels of government and through local staff and partners on the ground, we work to address poverty and discrimination so that every child is treated fairly.