Dierks Bentley Partners With UNICEF

Dierks’ “Beautiful World” inspires childrens’ rights organization.

Dierks Bentley’s duet with Patty Griffin, “Beautiful World” is a testimony to having a positive outlook on life and to making the world a better place. Now Dierks is partnering with child rights organization UNICEF to help raise awareness for their cause. Dierks partnered with UNICEF to release a public service announcement video using the song “Beautiful World” as its centerpiece.

“We are grateful to Dierks Bentley for his generosity in volunteering the use of “Beautiful World” for the PSA,” said UNICEF’s Chief of Celebrity Relationships and Partnerships Marissa Buckanoff. “We believe it will help raise awareness of our mission to help children around the world lead happier, healthier lives and develop to their full potential.”

UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS.

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