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Murray Shows Support For UNICEF & 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games

Glasgow, Scotland

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Andy Murray joined fellow Great Britain sporting heroes Sir Chris Hoy and Tom Daley to encourage the public to support UNICEF and the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games by purchasing exclusive merchandise ahead of the Games this summer.

UNICEF, the world’s leading children’s organisation, and Glasgow 2014 have joined together in a groundbreaking partnership to make sure that the Commonwealth's poorest and most excluded children come first.

Murray, six-time Olympic cycling champion Hoy and Olympic diving medalist Daley are calling on sports fans to change children's lives by buying one of four exclusive products.

The products include bright and colourful trainer laces, gel bracelets in the official Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games colours, and a pin badge and key ring featuring the official mascot, Clyde.  At least 50 pence from every purchase will go to UNICEF to help transform children’s lives.

“It’s great that the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games are partnering with UNICEF in order to save and change children’s lives across Scotland and the Commonwealth," said Murray. "Sport is a powerful way to transform children’s lives, and I hope that these Games can be an opportunity for us all to support UNICEF’s work. Just a small act like buying a pin badge or making a donation could make such a difference to some of the Commonwealth’s most vulnerable children. It's a proud moment to be asked to get involved in the campaign and I look forward to continuing my relationship with UNICEF in the future and getting involved in some of the great work they do with children around the globe.”

This is the first time the Commonwealth Games has had a global charity partner. It is a unique opportunity that will harness the power of sport to reach every child in Scotland and children in every Commonwealth country.

The Games will be a spectacular moment for sport and through the partnership UNICEF and Glasgow 2014 hope to make it life-changing for children across the Commonwealth. The Put Children First partnership aims to create a legacy for children in every country in the Commonwealth, helping the Games live on through the lives of children.

Buy UNICEF official Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games merchandise that will help support children at

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