Our partners and sponsors
We work with our partners to create winning partnerships that create a level playing field for street-connected children through CSR and sponsorship priorities.
We have worked with Vitol since 2013, and through their employees and the Vitol Foundation, they have played an integral role in the success of our work. A global employee fundraising challenge raised over $250,000 for each of the last two Street Child World Cups and boosted employee engagement in Vitol’s CSR work across their 42 offices worldwide.Find out more
M7 Real Estate is one of the leading specialists in the pan-European, regional, multi-let real estate market. With more than 240 employees in 13 countries across Europe, M7 has a value-oriented investment philosophy combined with an active, hands-on asset management platform. M7 became a partner to Street Child United in 2018 and is a Global Sponsor of the Street Child Cricket World Cup. Richard Croft, Chief Executive Officer of M7, commented, “Street Child United represents a powerful movement which is bringing about social change through sport. We look forward to supporting SCU on its first UK event to raise awareness and give a voice to the millions of street children across the world.”
Street Child United began working with Muslim Hands in 2014. The charity has 25 years of experience, and currently works in over 50 countries to tackle the root causes of poverty. In 2014, Muslim Hands supported teams representing Pakistan, Kenya and the Philippines to participate in the Street Child World Cup. They have become part of the Street Child United family, offering their support ever since and we are excited for the 2019 Street Child Cricket World Cup with them as our partners.
Upshot and the Football Foundation have helped Street Child United with the Monitoring and Evaluation of the Street Child World Cup Moscow 2018. Through participant surveys, outputs and outcome records and individual case studies they helped SCU to evidence the impact and evaluate the SCWC.
Save the Children
The Street Child World Cup has been held in association with Save the Children UK since 2014. This partnership means a huge amount to us; it enables us to punch above our weight, utilising Save the Children’s reach and expertise to access new audiences, strengthen our international presence and help our partners to build in-country relationships. Their reputation, media reach and expertise is an enormous asset to Street Child United.
We partnered with Chevrolet for the Street Child World Cup 2014, and their sponsorship led to a legacy partnership in the host city Rio de Janeiro. Chevrolet sponsored the set-up of Safe Space, a football pitch in one of the city’s many favelas, that continues to provide crucial support, a safe environment and opportunities through sport for some of Rio’s most vulnerable young people.
Official supporter of the Street Child World Cup in Moscow 2018, Aeroflot provided free travel to our teams from England, India, Mexico and USA as well as supplying Street Child United staff complimentary flights to Moscow.
Our official kit supplier, providing Street Child United staff with branded tracksuits and supplying training apparel and equipment to our teams. Mitre are also the ball supplier to our major football events.
Our partnership with Safestore provides us with storage space for our spare equipment and fundraising items. Safestore’s contribution makes a big difference to our campaign for the rights and protection of street-connected young people.
Did you know your old car could be converted into a useful donation for Street Child United? Even if it’s ready for scrap the Charity Car team can collect it for free, recycle it responsibly and send us the scrap value to help support street connected children across the world. You can find out more by clicking here.
We have been lucky to work with many supportive and generous partners over the years, including:
- TUI Travel
- BT Sport
- Deutsche Bank
- Imperial Corporate Events (ICE)