There are an endless number of worthy causes we want to support, but we have made a decision to focus on efforts with a small number of global organisations over a multi year period who we will be forming a true partnership with. The hope is to have sincere and high impact on their work.

War Child


War Child UK & Children in Conflict

War Child UK is a non-governmental organisation founded in the UK in 1993 which provides assistance to children in areas experiencing conflict and the aftermath of conflict. War Child are the only specialist charity for children in conflict delivering high-impact programmes that rebuild lives across Afghanistan, Iraq, Jordan, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Central African Republic (CAR) and Yemen. To learn more, visit warchild.org.uk and childreninconflict.org.

GOTR Football

War Child FC

War Child FC is a football club with an ambitious plan to harness the power of football to improve the lives of children and young people who live in conflict areas. The GOTR Fund will make a donation to the program every year, for three years, to support operations and oversight of the program which will be running in the Central African Republic, Gaza & Jordan, with plans to expand into other areas. The project is aiming to reach 2,500 children and young people thanks to supporters of War Child FC.


Child Friendly Space

Jordan, Middle East

Homeless World Cup

We are proud to have supported The Homeless World Cup 2019 in Wales, an impactful event that hosted over homeless people from all over the world to participate and play in the games.

The HWC exists to help end the global homelessness crisis in all its forms. It uses football to inspire people who are homeless, and help them in feeling a sense of purpose, pride, and connectivity to others, and it helps bring awareness to so many people globally that do not understand how many people are homeless, why they are homeless, why they became homeless, and how to help people break that cycle.

To learn more, we welcome you to visit their website, here, or read more about the United Nations Commission on Human Rights.