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And by leading his very own UNICEF Kid Power Mission to Uganda — home to many of the severely malnourished children UNICEF Kid Power helps — the Phoenix Suns Center has become a personal inspiration to kids across the U. That virtual trip is hardly Tyson’s only exposure to the children UNICEF protects. “Traveling to Africa with UNICEF and seeing kids who don’t have access to an education, or who are living on the streets, was a life-changing experience for me,” says Tyson.

“We’re excited that he’s using his voice to help shine a light on the issues that children around the world face every day, such as lack of access to clean water or medicine.”Empowering American kids to get active and save lives with UNICEF Kid Power is a commitment Tyson has made to give children around the world their fair shot at full and healthy lives.

But the father of three’s work for UNICEF Kid Power is personal, as well: UNICEF Kid Power Champion Tyson Chandler throws himself into whatever he does.

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NBA up-and-comers like Marquese Chriss and Dragan Bender aren’t the only young athletes who look up to him.

Since joining the UNICEF Kid Power Team in 2015 as a UNICEF Kid Power Champion, Tyson has led and inspired well over 200,000 kids now getting active to help save the lives of severely malnourished children around the world.

And by leading his very own UNICEF Kid Power   Mission to Uganda — home to many of the severely malnourished children UNICEF Kid Power helps — the Phoenix Suns Center has become a personal inspiration to kids across the U. That virtual trip is hardly Tyson’s only exposure to the children UNICEF protects. “Traveling to Africa with UNICEF and seeing kids who don’t have access to an education, or who are living on the streets, was a life-changing experience for me,” says  Tyson.

“I’m incredibly honored to help raise awareness of UNICEF’s work that’s truly making a difference for the lives of children.” Since then, the Chandlers have continued making a difference together.

They were staunch supporters of UNICEF’s relief efforts in the Philippines after Typhoon Haiyan and on behalf of Syrian children suffering from conflict and displacement.

The Chandlers also championed the UNICEF Tap Project’s mission to provide clean, safe water for the children who need it most.“Tyson’s deep commitment to saving and improving the lives of children is evident to those around him,” says  Caryl Stern, President and CEO of UNICEF USA.

UNICEF Kid Power Champion Tyson Chandler throws himself into whatever he does.

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