Join our Street Child World Cup 2022 or Street Child Cricket World Cup 2023 Squad to support our campaign for the rights and protection of street-connected young people.
Squad members will be crucial to the success of the SCWC 2022 and SCCWC 2023, enabling SCU to plan, prepare and deliver events making a significant positive impact. Your support will enable us to help the NGOs and young people make the most of the events they’re taking part in.
Squad members will pledge to raise £1,000 over 12 months for the SCU event of their choice, by creating their own activities or joining one of our events – like our sleepout in Northampton on 29/11/19. When you sign up, you’ll receive a Street Child United goody bag as a thank you.
The squads will be captained by two fantastic Street Child United Ambassadors: Vicki Sparks (BBC 5 Live and MotD) and Olivia Rae (international cricketer – Scotland and Middlesex).
Vicki said: “Street Child United are so passionate about helping children and young people that are so often ignored and neglected to realise their potential and inherent worth. It’s a joy to see the difference they make to the lives of those with whom they connect – and it’s an equal joy to see how these children and young people are inspiring others and fighting for change. I’m delighted to support this invaluable work.”
Olivia said: “The young people who take part in Street Child World Cups are brilliant role models and everything about how they approach the events is a great example of how to participate in sport – with respect for your teammates and the opposition, enthusiasm, fair play, passion, commitment and pride.
“I am incredibly excited to join Street Child United to work towards the Street Child Cricket World Cup 2023 and look forward to playing a role in helping create a global platform for these inspirational young people.”
Join an SCU squad and help us change the way street-connected young people are seen and treated everywhere.