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42-44 Bishopsgate, London,
EC2N 4AH
United Kingdom

020 7614 7696

Street Child is a UK charity, established in 2008, that aims to create educational opportunity for some of the most vulnerable children in West Africa.

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Help US GIVE CHILDREN IN SOME OF THE WORLD's POOREST COUNTRIES THE CHANCE TO GO TO SCHOOL AND STAY THERE

Through the generosity of our supporters, Aminata's is one of more than 4,000 families that we supported through our family business scheme in the first half of 2016 alone. This is just one of the sustainable responses we're delivering to help children gain the chance to stay in school and gain a quality education.

Whether children are struggling through a conection to the streets, through a lack of rural education or due to recent disasters like the Ebola crisis or the Nepal earthquake, together we've supported over 50,000 children since we began our work in 2008.

Please give what you can to help us deliver life-changing support to the children that need it most.

Want to make a one-off donation?

If you prefer to send a cheque please post it with your name and address on the reverse to:

Street Child, First Floor, 42-44 Bishopsgate, London EC2N 4AH

Give us something each month?

Regular giving is the best way to ensure that your support will have a lasting positive impact upon the children that we work with.

ANd don't forget to gift aid it...

 If you pay Income Tax or Capital Gains Tax in the UK we can get an extra 25p on top of every £1 you give us AT NO EXTRA COST TO YOU. Please  don’t forget to tick the Gift Aid box when you donate.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!

Your gift can have a huge impact on our projects:  

+ As little as £30 would be enough to send a child to school for a year

+ £50 would be enough to provide a family with a small business grant, helping them to keep their child in school

+ £200 could pay a rural teacher's salary for a year

+ £1,500 is enough to set up a seed bank, the profits of which could be used to run a rural school

+ And for just £2,500 Street Child could help a rural community gain a first-ever school