Frequently Asked Questions

Who are War Child UK/Children in Conflict?

We protect, educate and stand up for the rights of children caught up in conflict. We aim to reach children as early as possible when conflict breaks out, and stay to support them through their recovery - helping to keep them safe, give them an education, and equip them with skills for the future.

How much do you spend on admin costs? How much does your CEO earn? Does all my money get spent in the countries where you work?

84% of the money we spend goes towards protecting, educating and standing up for the rights of children in war. If you want a detailed breakdown of how we calculate this, please follow this link for more information: Where your donations go

Why does War Child UK/Children in Conflict have a relationship with the gaming industry?

We have a history of fundraising via innovative initiatives in the entertainment sector. Initially this began in music, with the launch of 1993’s Help: The Album, featuring previously unheard tracks by Oasis, Blur, Radiohead, Massive Attack and more. After expanding our fundraising efforts into multiple other sectors we came to video games, which had over the years matured from a niche industry to the world’s biggest entertainment format.

How does War Child UK/Children in Conflict choose the games it works with?

We are open to all prospects from legitimate game developers that can help us reach the widest audience possible and engage players with our messaging in a meaningful way, and that also meet our high standards of conduct that apply to partners across all sectors.

How can I set up a charity live stream for you?

Download the 'War Child Tiltify Fundraising Page Guide' below or click the following link for a step by step guide on how to set up your fundraising live stream via Tiltify: Setting up a Tiltify livestream

Where can I buy the HELP (Steam) compilation of games?

You can buy HELP (Steam) compilation by clicking on the following link: HELP (Steam)


War Child Tiltify Fundraising Page Guide

War Child UK 2018 Annual Report

War Child UK Rethink Child Soldiers Report

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