The work we do at Child Soldiers International helps transform the lives of children returning from conflict, and their communities. Through education and community initiatives, we bring about positive change for some of those most gravely affected by war.

We are a small, independent charity and the support we receive from companies is invaluable.

By partnering with us, your company can benefit on a number of levels. You will be engaging your employees on one of the most pressing human rights issues of our time. You will be supporting an organisation which has the focus and agility to ensure that your support makes a genuinely tangible impact. And - through our communications initiatives - you will be promoting your company across our network of charitable supporters, international development professionals and human rights specialists.

As one of our corporate partners, you can be safe in the knowledge that all support and donations will help us move closer to a world where no child is recruited for war. 

Child Soldiers International staff with BBC Woman's Hour broadcaster Jane Garvey who presented our 2018 charity appeal on BBC Radio 4. 

Make a one-off or regular corporate donation

Your company can make a one-off donation to Child Soldiers International now, either online or by calling the fundraising team on +44 207 324 4690.

Payroll giving

We would be delighted to provide information about our work for any employees who would like to support us through your payroll giving scheme.

Challenges and events

Each year we have places available at a range of sporting events from the London Marathon to Swim Serpentine and Ride London.

Taking parts in these events is a great way to bring employees together. By partnering with Child Soldiers International, you will have a guaranteed place and a high-profile occasion to raise awareness about our cause and your business.

Of course, if your company is undertaking other challenges or intrepid adventures and would like to fundraise for us, that is great too! To inquire about event fundraising email us at [email protected] or call the team on +44 207 324 4690.

Our brilliant 2018 London Marathon runner Tom, cheered on by Operations Director Carol Steel.


Sponsoring a Child Soldiers International event is a great way to support our work whilst also engaging staff on humanitarian issues and raising your profile among peers and clients.

If you would like to host a film screening, talk or music event, we would be delighted to provide material and present our work.

February 2018 film screening and Q&A session at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner’s London office

February 2018 film screening of No Place For a Rebel and Q&A session at Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner’s London office. 

Support the Child Soldiers World Index

A first-of-its-kind online resource, the Child Soldiers World Index maps the child recruitment practices of all 197 UN Member States. It includes more than 10,000 data points, and provides people working on child soldier issues around the world with information on national policies, treaties, standards and legal proceedings.

We launched the World Index in February 2018 at an event we co-hosted at the United Nations in New York and now we want to develop the resource even further.

We see the resource as being an invaluable tool for governments, international bodies and NGOs in the fight to end child recruitment and your company can help us achieve this.

During this initial phase, several organisations generously offered pro-bono support to develop the resource with law firms Simmons & Simmons LLP and Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP among those whose staff provided their time.

If your company would like to offer pro-bono support for the World Index or help develop the project financially, please email our Programme Manager, Lianne Minasian, on [email protected].

A thank you to our recent corporate supporters

Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
Clifford Chance Foundation
Hogan Lovells LLP
The Premier League
Pure at Birth LLC
Shelley Stock Hutter LLP
Simmons and Simmons LLP
St James’s Place Foundation
White & Case LLP