Football players from Sports Interactive's Football Manager hold up cup to cheering fans.
Partner with us

Gaming partnerships

Whether you're a developer, publisher, E-sports team or agency - find out how partnering with us can transform lives. 

Collaboration is in our DNA. 

War Child has an in-house, award-winning partnerships team that creates lasting friendships in the games industry. 

Since 2006, our awesome collaborations have delivered some of the most innovative and creative projects in the sector and have helped to raise over £5 million to support our work protecting, educating and standing up for the rights of children in conflict.

Our partners 

We work with some of the biggest names in the gaming industry to support children living in conflict. Find out more about some of these partnerships below. View all
Image from Bandai Namco's 11-11:Memories Retold.
Featured partner

Bandai Namco

We embarked on a unique partnership with BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe in the form of specially themed DLC for the World War I title, 11-11: Memories Retold.

Players within the game Football Manager prepare to start their match.
Featured partner

Sports Interactive

The makers of the best-selling sports management franchise Football Manager, Sports Interactive, has been a partner and close friend of War Child's for 15 years.

Help support children’s lives in conflict 

If you work in games - you might be a publisher, developer, E-sports team, agency, or anything else and want to learn more about how we can work together then get in touch by emailing [email protected]

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Our network and partners

We work with a number of passionate, creative and forward-thinking partners, agencies, brands, corporates, trusts and foundations to ensure we have the greatest impact for children living through conflict.

Child running in Mostar, Bosnia.

Our history

War Child was founded in 1993 by filmmakers David Wilson and Bill Leeson, along with social entrepreneur Willemijn Verloop, who were horrified by the violence and ethnic cleansing they witnessed in Bosnia. Learn more about our story.

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Where your money goes

We want you to feel confident that we are spending your money wisely and in a way that will have the most positive effect on the lives of children affected by conflict.