Every donation we receive helps us fight for children on the streets of Africa, India and the UK. But larger gifts help us make an even greater impact where it’s needed most.
Having access to significant donations, of £5,000 or more, means we can secure our longer term plans and make the investment needed to get new projects off the ground.
It means we can change more children's lives. For good.
Read on to find out more about making a large one-off or regular donation.
*dependent on the level of investment
If you are interested in making a major gift to Railway Children, please call Helen Shepard on 01270 757 596 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Support from charitable trusts and foundations provides vital funding for our work in Africa, India and here in the UK.
From helping to rescue street children in India to providing crucial intervention work to vulnerable children in the UK, trusts and foundations have provided valuable support for our work.
If you are a trustee, or have links to a trust or foundation which might be interested in supporting children at risk on the streets, we'd love to work with you. By building strong partnerships we can achieve positive change for some of most vulnerable children on the planet.
Our dedicated Trusts and Grants Manager, Pauline Medovnikov, will be happy to provide you with more information on the ways we can work together to help children at risk on the streets. Please call Pauline on 01270 757 596 or send an email to email@example.com
"ECF have been supporting Railway Children's work since 2013, funding projects in both India and Tanzania, and we have found the team to be passionate, well informed, great at communicating and always satisfy our reporting requirements. We think they are doing important work with and for the children and young people on the streets of India and Africa. We would certainly recommend them to other foundations."
Sally Cornish, Trustee, Evan Cornish Foundation.
George was just seven when his mother died and his happy home was destroyed. He ended up on the streets of Mwanza.
Find out more about Railway Children's impact, our finances and our work here.