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  • RALPH'S INVOLVED

    RALPH'S INVOLVED

    Ralph Pelly has dreads. For fourteen years. He always said that the only way he could ever cut his dreads off would be if he did it for a charity who would appreciate the gesture and use the money raised well. He chose us!

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  • WE'RE INVOLVED

    WE'RE INVOLVED

    Dieudonne Nahimana founded New Generation as a personal response to living on the streets. Find out more about his story and the vision he has to see street children be a catalyst for change in Burundi.

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  • GET INVOLVED

    GET INVOLVED

    Street Action is a small charity with no full-time staff but a very committed trustee board and network of supporters. Join us and you will see your money, time or volunteering have a very direct impact on the lives of street children in Africa.

    How you can get involved >

Street Action is a British charity that partners with local agencies in Africa who work
directly with street children. You can support our work in a number of meaningful ways.

DONATE

Whilst we work with our partners in different ways, money underpins most of the work we do.

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VOLUNTEER

If you have skills to offer, or would like to visit one of our partner projects, we would love to hear from you.

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TELL OTHERS

Help build a movement that seeks a world where no children live on the streets.

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Latest news

12 Jun

RALPH’S HAIRCUT RAISES ALMOST £3,000

HE DID IT! Ralph Pelly and his dreadlocks met Dieudonne Nahimana, founder of New Generation Burundi, at a Street Action event earlier this year. And a crazy idea was born - to cut off his dreads to raise money for New Generation. Through his Just Giving page

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8 Jun

RALPH’S ‘DREADING’ HIS SPONSORED CUT!

Ralph Pelly has had dreads. For fourteen years. He and his dreadlocks met Dieudonne Nahimana, founder of New Generation Burundi, at a Street Action event earlier this year. And a crazy idea was born... This is his story, in his own words: "Both me and my dreadlocks have come a

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8 Nov

FUTURE HOPE FOR BURUNDI – 22.11.16

Street Action are pleased to invite you (whoever you are) to an event we are hosting on Tuesday 22 November 2016, from 6.00pm. The event, entitled Future Hope for Burundi, will give us a chance to hear more from Dieudonne Nahimana - founder of New

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21 Mar

STREET CHILD GAMES – RIO 2016

As the world's attention turns to Rio de Janeiro for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, the first ever Street Child Games were held from 14th – 20th March in the heart of Rio. Children from nine countries participated in Olympic-themed sports and came together, as the

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