CSC is fortunate to work with a number of partners who support us in our vital work promoting the rights and improving the lives of street-connected children.
Aviva is the UK’s largest insurer. Aviva became a corporate partner of CSC in 2010 as part of Street to School, the company’s global flagship community programme. Through Street to School programmes, Aviva have helped over 870,000 street children.
Find out more about CSC’s partnership with Aviva.
Baker McKenzie is a leading multinational law firm, and is one of the largest international firms in the world.
Baker McKenzie is partnering with CSC over the coming years to ensure street-connected children are visible on legal and policy agendas. Baker McKenzie is generously investing funds as well as providing unparalleled legal expertise.
Find out more about this partnership here
The Oak Foundation awarded CSC with a grant for the delivery of Building with Bamboo, an international learning project exploring resilience-based approaches to working with street-connected children who are exposed to sexual abuse and sexual exploitation. The Oak Foundation commits its resources to address issues of global, social and environmental concern, particularly those that have a major impact on the lives of the disadvantaged.
Red Nose Day Fund USA
CSC’s partnership with Red Nose Day USA will help to make, and keep, street-connected children safe. The Red Nose Day Fund is an initiative of Comic Relief Inc., an American not-for-profit organisation which raises funds to end childhood poverty, both in the United States and internationally.
This partnership will build commitment to the first international legal instrument specifically designed to address the rights of all street children – the UN General Comment on Children in Street Situations.
CSC is partnering with organisations in Latin America, South Asia, South-East Asia and North Africa in order to strengthen existing innovative, front-line services to street-connected children.
International Police Association
The International Police Association (IPA) has supported CSC in multiple ways over the years, including raising funds and promoting International Day for Street Children. The IPA is a professional membership body for police officers globally.
Pro Bono support
CSC benefits from the pro bono support of a number of organisations for which we are extremely grateful: