By Kyle O'Brien
In 1947, actor Téa Leoni’s grandmother co-founded Unicef USA. Now, the actress is voicing the organization’s end-of-year fundraising campaign, helping call attention to the tireless, and often dangerous, work its 13,000 workers around the world do to keep children and families safe and nourished.
Leoni’s grandmother, Helenka Pantaleoni, co-founded Unicef USA and served as its president for 25 years. Her father Anthony Pantaleoni also previously served as its board chair. Leoni has memories of trick-or-treating for Unicef as a child, and she was appointed a Unicef Ambassador in 2001.
The ‘We Won’t Stop’ campaign features a hero video voiced by Leoni. Read full story ›
Source: The Drum