In 2013, Street Child World Cup are rolling out a series of events on the Road to Rio. There is something for everyone whether as an individual or through your business, community or school.
Below are some events that we have fixed in the diary but you can hold your own bespoke event and we will support you all the way.
For information, please don’t hesitate to contact:Lucy@streetchildworldcup.org
Calendar dates 2013:
11 January: Café Below are hosting Street Child World Cup in the historic surroundings of the crypt at St. Mary-le-Bow Church. Food and wine will be provided by Leiths trained chefs. This is the perfect opportunity to hear the very latest from the Road to Rio. Tickets are £40, click here to order yours now.
15 March: Big City Sleep, Spitalfields Market, London. Can you handle one night? The Big City Sleep is back. In association with Action for Brazil’s Children Trust. This is your opportunity to join us to campaign and raise awareness for street children around the world.
25 April: Carnival party at Guanabara, Covent Garden. This spectacular evening will include Brazilian themed music, dancing, and food. So if you want to get a feel for the Road to Rio then come along to London’s largest Brazilian venue and join the party.
10 July: A classical music concert at St James’s, Piccadilly, London. This all in one concert will feature Young Musician of the Year winners Lara Ömeroğlu (pianist), Laura van der Heijden (cellist), and 2012 young musician of the year finalist Martin Bartlett (pianist).
Autumn: The Cambridge to London bike ride. Are you a budding Bradley Wiggins or a faltering beginner? Either way you can take on the challenge of riding from St John’s College in Cambridge to London in an overnight bike ride.
So join us and ride through the night for children who are sleeping on the streets.
No child should have to live on the streets.
“It was possible to gather many nationalities, cultures, and form a nation: a nation of free man, with equal rights and opportunities, mutual respect, rightful duties. It was 10 days when the world, in that corner of Rio, was fair to socially excluded children; they could feel the beauty of being somebody in this world.”
“I experienced hardcore street life in my youth. I know what it’s like. I congratulate the Street Child World Cup project in it’s commitment to bring attention to the plight of Street Children through the power of football.”
“When ever people come across me they laugh. It seems like my mouth is zipped because they talk for us. I wish they could give us a chance to talk for ourselves.”