Griff performing at Day of the Girl 2021.
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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.

For 30 years, War Child has been working with the music industry to make remarkable things happen. 

War Child has been working with artists, labels and the music industry to release records and put on unforgettable shows for over 30 years. These albums, events and the vocal support of musicians have raised money and awareness that allows War Child to bring vital support to children suffering the brutal effects of war. 

With event series such as BRIT’s Week, Day Of The Girl and Safe & Sound, to new music initiatives such as War Child Records and The Right To Dance, there’s something for everyone to get involved with. 

Get involved

Join us at a gig, buy a record, partner with us. Find out how you can help make an impact on the lives of children living through conflict.
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Live Gigs

Live Gigs

War Child has a heritage of delivering unique live events with outstanding artists, producers and musicians. Learn more about our latest gigs including BRITs Week, Day Of The Girl and Safe & Sound and how you can get your hands on tickets.

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War Child Records

Discover the War Child catalogue

War Child Records is an independent label set up to harness the power of recorded music to change the lives of children affected by conflict. Read the story behind each record and visit the store to get your hands on exclusive releases and War Child Records merchandise.

DJ performs towards a full capacity Pickle Factory at The Right To Dance Yemen Emergency Fundraiser in December 2021.
The Right to Dance

Join the movement and support children's right to dance

Through a monthly membership, The Right To Dance offers exclusive events and music access, merch collaborations and partner offers to raise money for War Child. Find out more about the movement and how your love of underground music can make a difference to the lives of children living through war.

Olivia Dean performs at War Child's Day Of The Girl Event in 2021 supported by YouTube Music.
Partner with us

Collaboration is in our DNA

War Child was born out of collaboration with the music industry. We have since built a large network of incredible partners and friends across the music, tech, hospitality and creative industries who have helped us raise millions of pounds for children in conflict. Find out how partnering with us can transform lives.

Where it all began 

Our collaboration with the music industry began in 1995, when the cream of British music came together to record and release the iconic ‘HELP’ album to raise funds for children affected by the Bosnian War. The album was recorded in a single day and raised over £1 million within its first week. Featuring Brian Eno, Paul McCartney, Neneh Cherry, Oasis, Blur, Radiohead and more, it was bound to make history and it is still the ‘charity’ album others are compared to. 

Since then, War Child has had a wealth of experience working with some of the biggest names in music, including Coldplay, Dave, Jessie Ware, Bastille, Ed Sheeran, Paul Weller, Mumford & Sons, Muse, Stefflon Don, Arctic Monkey, Griff, Jack Savoretti and many more.  

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