ABOUT US

A voice for street children – together we can make a difference.
We currently work with programme partners in Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala ,Mexico and Kenya who provide services to thousands of  children a year.

We have a worldwide mandate and will be working with other Street children projects in the future to ensure, all street and at risk children, everywhere, have a voice.

OUR VISION

A world where children are free, safe and can realise their potential

What we do :

We provide advocacy, capacity building and funding support to our partner programmes. In the UK we provide community education on street children and provide suitably qualified volunteers to our project partner field programmes. We work to develop collaborative partnerships that promote measurable impact on the lives of at-risk children through programmes and rights based advocacy.

How we work:

We raise funds from individuals, trusts and funding bodies for projects, education, core costs, healthcare, street outreach, sport for health, music Therapy, vocational education and independent living and many more.

We  campaign for the rights of street children via social media, campaign actions and lobbying.

With your help, we want to build belief …..
Build belief that there is a better world for street children
Build belief that they are not alone
Build belief that we can all make a difference
Build belief that when many individual voices ask for change – it will happen due to the force of the collective will

You can help us make a fairer, better world – wherever you are. Your voice can persuade world leaders to change policies, your actions can help us make a change – join us now 

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