What SSSK does

 SSSK was founded by two students. We aim to make people aware about the issues affecting street children. This involves trying to change the systems that perpetuate poverty and exclusion. We raise money for local projects which help such children realise their potential.  Our branches are run by students, and ALL monies raised or donated go to street child NGOs.


Last year saw the Street Child World Cup take place in Moscow, See  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvjK9bG5Jyo  This year (2019) the first Street Child Cricket World Cup took place in Cambridge and London, see  https://www.streetchildunited.org/our-sports-events/street-child-cricket-world-cup-2019/     

To publicise the International Day for Street Children on April 12 2019, the Consortium have shared some posters: 2019 IDFSC Poster_2   2019 IDFSC Poster_3   2019 IDFSC Poster_4

Take a look at these videos

See the overview put together by the SSSK branch at UCL


See also some stories from the street, from StreetInvest, one of our UK partners


The impact of the Street Child World Cup in Moscow


Finally an overview from the Salaam Baalak Trust, one of our key partners in India


The Cricket World Cup

The first Street Child Cricket World Cup took place in Cambridge and London between April 28 to May 8, 2019. The Final was at Lord’s on May 7th.

For details, see the Street Child United website,  2019 SCCWC  and 2019 Street20 rules

There’s a place for spectators to sign up for tickets to the Lords Final on May 7 at:


Stay in touch with SSSK!

Would you like to hear more about our work, projects and fundraising activities? Sign up to our mailing list here!

You will find us on facebook.com/StudentsSupportingStreetKids and at twitter.com/sssksocialmedia
where you will encounter up-to-the-minute information about events and issues.


If you are planning or undertaking an event to raise funds for SSSK you can use BTmydonate to set up a fundraising page. Go to https://mydonate.bt.com/charities/sssk

BTmydonate operates with minimal charges (paid for by the Trustees) and all the monies donated go to our NGOs. We are aware, of course, that BTmydonate is (sadly) closing on June 30, and will be using an alternative platform after that date.

Grant applications

Please note that we are only able to support NGO’s that members have visited.

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