By making Street Child United your school’s chosen charity, your school will be able to play an important role in protecting street-connected children around the world.

You can get the whole school involved in fundraising, here are a few of our top ideas:

Football shirt day

Wear a football shirt for the day and pay £2 for the privilege. Each class could pick a shirt to represent a participating team in Russia 2018, or students can choose to wear their favourite team’s strip.

5-a-side football tournament

Set up a tournament at your school, encouraging each class to enter a team. Teams pay to enter, and ask families, other students and colleagues to donate to watch.

Cardboard city

A day spent on the playground without any shelter is a great way of raising money and awareness of the plight of street children. Your students can be sponsored to take part.

Concert or talent show

Organise and put on your own show, invite parents and friends to come along and watch, charge an entrance fee for all spectators.

Cake sale

Make some cakes and host the event after school, during break time or at sporting events.

The money that you raise will go towards supporting the rights of street children across the world through sports and arts programmes.

Take part in one or our schools events

We want school children to become champions for street-connected children worldwide. See what happened when 1,500 school children came together to bang the drum for street children worldwide.

School disco

It’s the end of term and it’s time for the annual school disco. Charge an admin fee and donate the money made from drinks sales to Street Child United.

Teacher challenges

We all love seeing the competitive side to teachers so why not host an evening of teacher challenges. Students and parents can attend by buying a ticket and challenges can include press ups, basketball shot, general knowledge quiz, word conundrum and solving riddles.





Get in touch

Speak to our Head of Fundraising about the different ways your school can make a difference.
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