Street Child World Cup is a global movement for street children to receive the protection and opportunities that all children are entitled to. We could not do this without your support and there is something for everyone who wants to get involved.
Ways you can join the Road to Rio:
Sign up to our Supporters Club – it’s free, and means that you’ll be kept up-to-date with all of our latest news by ensuring that you receive a monthly e-newsletter.
Share us online:
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Do you have any links with schools? E-introduce us and we can tell them about our brilliant schools resources, and our exciting plans to engage schools in the UK. Christ the Saviour school in Ealing have really enjoyed engaging with Street Child World Cup so far. They have done some wonderful fundraising events, such as a Cardboard City, where Year 6 spent a day sitting in cardboard on the ground, and went without food or drink. So far they have raised an impressive £5,350! Find out more about their fundraising here.
Please email our Schools and Youth Organisations Coordinator Clarity on clarity@streetchildworldcup.
In the UK: To volunteer at our UK-based events (or come along as a guest!), please email our Events Coordinator Lucy@streetchildworldcup.org.
In our team countries: You can volunteer to support any of the teams coming to the Street Child World Cup. To do this, please contact our Teams coordinator Karin@streetchildworldcup.org.
We’re on the Road to Rio. Are you coming with us?
“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.”
“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.”
“It was a privilege to be invited to the launch of the Street Child World Cup at Downing Street. It gives children a voice through football, a platform to express their rights and celebrate their abilities – I’m proud to add my support.”