Become a Street Child Corporate Partner
"Taking a team of 20 employees to participate in the Sierra Leone Marathon, visit the projects, mix with the kids and be inspired by the volunteers was so enriching that it shall stay with me forever”
Roger Bickmore, BD Director, The Kiln Group
"It can be easy to take our education for granted, but for some girls in Sierra Leone, to finish school they will have to overcome huge barriers of prejudice and poverty. It's not only unfair that these girls find it so difficult to stay in school safely; research shows that it will actually leave the country poorer and less healthy in the generation to come. If that happens, it's a problem that will affect not just Sierra Leone. So it's in all our interests to help by supporting Street Child's #girlsspeakout initiative."
'It Really Works Vitamins are keen to support Street Child as they rebuild the lives of children in utterly unthinkable situations. We are keen to help StreetChild as they support children who have been left in desperate poverty, so that they can be protected against exploitation and go onto education, and grow up to lead healthy, happy lives.'
It Really Works Vitamins
'We have worked with Street Child for several years now and we encourage all our travellers to Sierra Leone to actively engage with the fantastic work they do, along with a donation to Street Child coming from every trip to Africa we organise. As Sierra Leone moves forward we aim to work with Street Child developing the positive impact that tourism can have. Tailormade Africa are organising the 2017 Kilimanjaro Street Child Charity Climb.'
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Clyde & Co – our partnership with the London law firm Clyde and Co stemmed from our 2014 Ebola crisis campaign.
After making a generous donation in support of our work, Clyde & Co hosted a drinks event raising £70,000 and tables for employees and clients at a number of our own events such as the Legacy of Ebola ball.
Hyperion Insurance Group began a partnership with Street Child in 2012 and have sent a team to Sierra Leone to participate in our corporate challenge every year. As part of their team fundraising, Hyperion have held worldwide fundraising events, from a champagne afternoon tea in Australia to an in-house poker evening at the London HQ.
VistaPrint - As well as sending a team to Sierra Leone for the corporate challenge, Vistaprint sponsored the Sierra Leone Marathon through in-kind donations of 500 t-shirts and banners. Their team raised $18,000, enabling us to;
- Reunite 1000 children with their families
- Offer 5000 new school places.
Vistaprint employees in the Netherlands made this video that illustrates our partnership far better than we ever could
Buy-Time offers dedicated Personal Assistants in the areas of business, lifestyle, property, events and family. Buy-Time regularly publicise Street Child events to their client base and help to develop our corporate supporter base.
SATOA promotes travel to Africa and the Indian Ocean, improving marketing and tourism to the region. During our 2 year patnership Street Child will be the beneficiary of their events, work with them on promotion of our overseas programmes and work on developing tourism to West Africa through our Ambassadors programme and the Sierra Leone Marathon.
South Africa Airways kindly donated to our Winter Ball 2016 helping to raise vital funds for our urgent appeal for North East Nigeria.
Creation Healthcare is a leading online market research consultancy for some of the world’s largest healthcare and pharmaceutical organizations:
"Whilst working on a health communications assignment we heard moving first-hand stories form Sierra Leone during the Ebola crisis, and we sensed that the disease could leave a legacy of systemic poverty in the region. We wanted to give something back into the community that would help rebuild systems, to make a lasting difference. That's when we heard about Street Child and their fantastic work supporting children orphaned by Ebola, to give them a sustainable future, and we wanted to be part of that. This is why we're supporting Street Child."
Apricot is a unique and growing women's fashion brand. Apricot is currently working with Street Child’s partner schools, supporting their fundraising efforts through a fashion show. Apricot has also entered a staff team to take part in the Street Child Girls Night Out event in support of girls sleeping on the streets in Sierra Leone.
WorkForGood is a charity fundraising platform for businesses. The idea is that instead of running a marathon or holding a bake sale (which are great!), businesses can support charities by doing what they do best, the work they are already paid to do. To support Street Child, create an account here.