U.n.I is dedicated to Roger, a committed UNICEF ambassador from 1991 to 2017. Every song sold online will raise 30p for UNICEF, an organisation that's helped millions of children for more than 70 years. The Moore family are also asking people to donate directly to UNICEF if they wish.
Roger’s son, Geoffrey, and his granddaughter, Ambra, have teamed up celebrities including Dame Joan Collins, Stephen Fry and Sir Michael Caine, along with Prince Albert II of Monaco, to create the U.n.I song and video. But U.n.I is not only a tribute to Roger, it’s also proof of his family’s passion to continue his humanitarian work. It is a father and daughter united in bringing together Roger’s friends with their friends, from across three generations, that is a vital aspect of the project.
U.n.I also has the backing of HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco (and we mean that literally: keep an eye out for an appearance of the Prince on the U.n.I. video).
Prince Albert, who was great friends with Sir Roger Moore, and friends with Geoffrey, is a passionate supporter of protecting our environment for future generations. His Foundation works tirelessly to tackle climate change, protect our biodiversity and save the sea, which the Prince calls "our lifeblood".
Find out more about the Prince's involvement and the many other celebrities involved in the making of the U.n.I video.