News and stories

Read the latest news from War Child and the stories of the children and families we support around the world.

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The anonymous charity record sale returns after three years. All records to be exhibited at NOW gallery from 2nd - 17th March 2024.

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War Child returns to Flowers Gallery for 'Lost Girls'

Stellar line-up of artists including Ai Weiwei, Maggi Hambling, Caroline Coon, Tracey Moffatt, Penelope Slinger, Owanto, Tewodros Hagos, Pam Hogg, Peter Howson and Linder donate works to War Child UK’s October fundraiser curated by InFems.

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War Child team up with RockBox

Leading digital advertising provider RockBox are helping War Child amplify their music events and projects.

Record Store Day 2023.

Record Store Day 2023

Record Store Day announces this year's fundraising activities for official charity partner, War Child.

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Black Razor Records for War Child

Black Razor Records and alternative rock/rap artists, Ivar & The Horde, today announce the release of a new anti-war song “Broken Walls”, dedicated to raising money for the children affected by the War In Ukraine.

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Guiding Light X War Child UK

#bravehood is a global emergency initiative launched by the non-profit organisation Guiding Light in partnership with War Child and in collaboration with world-renowned artists to help children affected by conflict when and where it is needed most urgently.

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LW Theatres X War Child

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s LW Theatres, announce a new official charity partnership with War Child to support children caught up in conflict zones.

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Day of The Girl 2022

In celebration of the UN ratified ‘International Day of the Girl Child’, War Child have launched their Day of The Girl initiative - a creative campaign aimed at empowering girls and young women, to amplify their voices, address the challenges they face, and boldly promote their human rights.