Naomi Campbell donates funds raised by ICAP to UNAIDS

13 December 2016

Following her participation at UNAIDS’ World AIDS Day event in New York, United States of America, Naomi Campbell has chosen UNAIDS to benefit from a US$ 100 000 donation, to be shared equally between the United Kingdom charity Save the Children and UNAIDS. Model, actress and philanthropist Naomi Campbell was invited to meet with staff at the Jersey City office of ICAP, a United Kingdom-based financial broker; during the event, a donation was made by the company to a cause of her choice. Each year, on one day in December, ICAP donates all of its global commission revenue to charity.

During the World AIDS Day event in New York, which honoured the United Nations Secretary-General and his commitment to ending AIDS, Ms Campbell spoke of her commitment to preventing and treating HIV globally. The donation will contribute to UNAIDS’ work towards ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030.


“Thank you Naomi! I applaud your longstanding and continued commitment to ending AIDS. Naomi has been a tireless activist, raising awareness about HIV among new generations of girls and young women and reminding the world that AIDS is not over, but it can be!”

Michel Sidibé Executive Director, UNAIDS

“I stand in solidarity with the millions of young women and adolescent girls growing up in a world where they are at risk of HIV,” she said. “I want to make a difference—you can count on me to do what I can to help end AIDS.”

Naomi Campbell model, actress and philanthropist