Help a mother and child in a developing country – adopt a UNICEF pigotta (Raggedy Ann) doll today!
This semester, a group of Umbra volunteers worked with Perugia’s United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) chapter to design and create pigotte dolls. The dolls are unique, handmade, and safe for young children; each one represents a real child that will benefit from the Pigotta Project campaign. The adoption fee of 20 euro per doll pays for a vaccine kit that will protect a mother and child in a developing country from six deadly but preventable childhood diseases: pertussis, tuberculosis, tetanus, polio, measles and diphtheria.
Check out the pigotta display outside the Umbra Library and see Cat by Friday, December 8th to adopt your doll today!