Donate Today.

Give to Street Child today and help children from poverty-stricken areas get an education

125 million children are not being given the chance to go to school. Millions more are in school but failing to learn. With your help, Street Child can build schools, train teachers and support the most vulnerable children in the world to go to school.

When children are given the chance to learn, they have a chance to break free from poverty. They have a chance to build a brighter future for their families, their communities and their countries.

Every child deserves that chance. Donate today and give the gift of education.


Give before 4th January and your donation to Street Child’s ‘Mind The Gap’ appeal will be doubled by the UK government up to £2 million.


Meet Aminata. 

Aminata has four children. She couldn't afford to send her children to school so instead they spent their days picking litter on the local rubbish dump. Street Child supported Aminata with a grant and training so she could set up a business. Now her children are in school. 

Thanks to our supporters, Aminata's family is one of more than 15,000 families that we have supported to set up a business so they can afford the costs of sending their children to school. 


Donate by Post.

If you would like to send a cheque instead of donating online, please add your name and address to the reverse and make it payable to 'Street Child'.

Send to: Street Child, 206-208 Stewart's Road, London, SW8 4UB

Support A Whole Project.

The support of our philanthropists has a huge impact of the lives of vulnerable children. Whether you're donating personally or through a trust, get in touch to find out how we can make the most of your gift.

Gift Aid.

If you pay Income Tax or Capital Gains Tax in the UK, we can get an extra 25p on top of every £1 you donate - at no extra cost to you!

Please don’t forget to tick the ‘Gift Aid’ box when you donate.

Give Monthly. 

By supporting Street Child regularly, you'll be part of an amazing group of people having a lasting positive impact on some of the world's most vulnerable children.