What we do

With a fresh approach, we can build a better world.

We do community-led development. Child.org work closely with people to ensure our work creates lasting change and helps them to lift their whole family and community out of poverty. 

We learn. Every programme that we design at Child.org has two aims. It should improve the lives of children for the long term. It should also teach us how to work better. We want to one day become a research and development hub for the sector - so we're all about collecting evidence and testing ideas.

We do good business. To fund our work, Child.org create innovative social enterprise products that make people happy. We want to make the world better with everything we do. Check them out and see if there's something for you!

Here are some examples of projects our teams are working on right now...

We take armies of purple-clad volunteers to UK festivals. Charity Concierge is a huge amount of fun, and makes the festival a better place to be.
  • Fundraising
  • Social enterprise
"The best thing about being a concierge was being able to represent the charity and getting people talking about it. Also being able to raise such a huge amount of money in such a short time and telling people how much their donation will help in allowing children to go to school!"Kate Pryer, Charity Concierge at Latitude 2015
OverviewBringing a prestigious concierge service to the festival scene; Charity Concierges offer festival goers a little guilt free luxury
AimsThis innovative fundraising social enterprise makes festivals more fun for the customer, offers volunteers an amazing weekend working at some of the best festivals in the UK and raises thousands to help give children the opportunity they deserve. Dedicated Child.org volunteers are making up a team of the finest concierge to transform your festival experience; the muddy fields of England are gaining some high class service. You get a hot breakfast delivered directly to the comfort of your tent, or a cool beer brought to you in the depths of the main stage; and in return your money will be used to help out those who have been born into the most frightening of circumstances
Take on the charity cycle of a lifetime. Ride the dirt tracks of Africa and raise money for the Child.org projects you'll visit along the way.
  • Corporate
  • Fundraising
“I was humbled and privileged to be a part of such an overwhelming event, physically and emotionally challenged, I have recovered from the physical but the emotions and memories will live with me.” Making Tracks cyclist, Lindsey Poustie
OverviewOur challenging and beautiful cycle rides give you the unique experience of visiting the projects you're funding to see your impact first hand.
AimsOur cyclists face the ultimate challenge; fighting against the blistering heat, uneven road conditions and the test of mental strength. By taking on this adventure, cyclists raise money for children who are constantly under threat of disease, poverty HIV/AIDS and many other dangers on a daily basis. The funds you can raise through this unforgettable experience can change the lives of these children forever.
Every charity thinks their people are the best in the world, but we're pretty sure we're right. Meet some of them...
  • Community engagement
  • Education
  • Fundraising
"Two of Walter’s pupils are wheelchair users, so Walter has made sure that every classroom is accessible by a ramp..."
OverviewChild.org work with some of the most brilliant people in the world. We've created a page on our website to celebrate just a few of them.
AimsWe want to demonstrate the awesomeness of all the people we work with - in the UK and in Africa. By sharing their stories online, we also hope to give you an insight into the impact your support has on the lives of other humans.
The Child.org Master Plan outlines our ambitions for the next 10 years.
  • Education
  • Fundraising
  • Health
  • Social enterprise
"The fact that there are children in the world that need help is not enough reason for Child.org to exist."The Master Plan
OverviewWe need a good reason to exist. There are always better ways to tackle problems that children face - and we’re dedicating ourselves to finding them.
AimsThere are lots of great organisations who make the world better for children. So we need to do something different, something that adds value. What the world actually needs is an organisation that will find the best ways to make the world better for children. And then share that knowledge with everyone. It won’t be easy, but we’re becoming that organisation. That’s what our Master Plan is all about.