Street Child Cricket World Cup in the Big Issue

Posted on the 1st December 2017

The Street Child Cricket World Cup in London is more than a year away, but the media hype is already building.

The Big Issue, a national magazine and one of the UK’s leading social businesses, previewed the event and reported that the window for charitable projects to express interest is now open.

Click here to read the article

The Big Issue article quotes Sri Lanka cricket legend Kumar Sangakkara, who said: “Sport has the power to bring nations together – it is truly a force for unity. That is why I’m supporting the Street Child Cricket World Cup in London 2019, using our shared passion for cricket to enable some of the world’s most disadvantaged and marginalised children to show their talents, make their voices heard and celebrate the potential of every child, no matter their background.”

Find out more & apply for the Street Child Cricket World Cup

Read more posts...

Teams complete Virtual Art Programme

As part of our continued support to our young people despite the current pandemic, SCU ran our first ever Virtual Art Programme with girls from India, Brazil and Mauritius. The aim of the programme was...

Posted 23 Sep 2020

Young Leaders team up with Mobile School

As part of SCU’s Change10 Programme, our Young Leaders have enjoyed guest-sessions from speakers from a wide variety of backgrounds. In July, they met Mobile School, an NGO working around the world to deliver non-formal education to...

Posted 09 Sep 2020