Boy from Gaza

CHILDREN IN GAZA
URGENTLY NEED OUR HELP

Palestinian children are living through unimaginable horrors. War Child staff and partners are doing everything they can to support families but supplies in Gaza are extremely limited and there’s nowhere near enough to go around.

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No child should be part of war. Ever.

All around the world, children’s lives are being torn apart by violence and fighting. When war breaks out, children lose everything. Supporting War Child means we can act rapidly when conflict begins, and continue to be there long after the cameras have left.

War Child believes that no child should be part of war. Ever. Our dedicated staff are working around the clock in conflict zones all around the world to keep children safe.

But there are thousands of children who still need us and we can’t do it without you. Donate now

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About War Child

Children’s lives continue to be torn apart by bombs in Gaza. They urgently need your help. Regular donations mean we can act rapidly when war breaks out, as well as continuing to be there long after the cameras have left. But there are thousands of children who still need us and we can't do it without you. Start your regular donation today.

At War Child, we are driven by a single goal – ensuring a safe future for every child living through war.

We work to protect, educate and stand up for the rights of children living through conflict and go to the hardest to reach places to support those who are hardest hit. We aim to be there for children who need us most, when they need us most.

We will never give up on children living through conflict.

Who we are
Nelson Story 2023
“I remember rebels targeting children. We saw dead bodies and heard bombs falling. I often have nightmares about what I've been through.
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Where we work

We deliver our vital work in eight countries across Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East to protect, educate and stand up for the rights of children in war. 

Get involved

Music, Gaming, Shop. There are lots of ways you can ensure a safer future for children living through war, get involved in some of them here.
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Music

Join us at a gig, buy a record, partner with us

For over 25 years we have been working with artists, labels and the music industry to release records and put on unforgettable shows. With event series such as BRITs Week and Day Of The Girl, to new music initiatives including War Child Records and The Right To Dance, there’s something for everyone to get involved with.

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Gaming

Partner with us, stream, play

We have been working with the gaming community for over 15 years to raise money for our life-changing programmes. From buying and playing games to becoming one of our gaming partners, find out how you can help to protect children affected by conflict.

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Shop

Shop exclusive gifts and experiences

We have teamed up with our friends from the creative industries to offer an array of products, including bespoke homeware and limited-edition prints, as well as the opportunity to buy virtual gifts and one-of-a-kind experiences. Every purchase on Shop for Good will go towards ensuring that we can be there for children whose lives have been torn apart by war. 

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Adit's Story

Meet Adit, aged 12, who lives in South Sudan and takes part in our TeamUp programme.

War Child in a childs handwriting.

Clone of War Child 30 Video

Made in collaboration with a range of British creatives, musicians and ambassadors, the film uses War Child’s story to bring awareness to children affected by conflict.

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BRITs Week 2024 wrap up

We're thrilled to announce that BRITsWeek 24 raised an incredible £430k for War Child!