www.streetchildworldcup.org www.tscacademy.org [email protected] [email protected] Support Team Tanzania The Street Child World Cup (SCWC) is a global campaign for the rights of street children. Through football, art and a unique international street child conference our aim is to provide a platform for street children to be heard, to challenge negative stereotypes of street children and to promote the rights of street children. “I know from personal experience just what power football can have to inspire and change young people’s lives whatever their background or nationality. This is what the Street Child World Cup is all about and I give it my full support. I look forward to Brazil in 201 4 when street children from around the world will play football and represent the millions of children who still live or work on our streets.” In 201 0, eight teams of former street children travelled to South Africa and represented their countries at the first Street Child World Cup held in Durban, South Africa. This first SCWC received global media coverage including the BBC, The Sun, FIFA’s Football Mondial & produced a film - Street Kids United. Tanzania competed and finished runner up at this event. SCWC 2014 - The Road to Rio In 201 4 street children from 1 6 countries from 4 continents will come together in Brazil for the second Street Child World Cup. By taking part in the tournament they will be adding their voices to an international campaign to provide hope for the millions of children who still live or work on the streets. Tanzania's Preparation Organised by TSC Sports Academy Mwanza, supported by local company MOIL and Pepsi, we selected Team Tanzania by holding a 2 day national tournament for street children. Attended by Tottenham star Benoit Assou Ekotto, this was the centre piece of a high profile programme produced by UK broadcaster BT Sport to be shown this autumn. A follow up show of the team going to the SCWC is planned for next year. In addition, with support from the British Council and the Rotary Club we are holding other promotional events: “We decided to become involved with • 3 Workshops on Using Football & Creativity the Street Child World Cup not only • 4 Street Children Centre Open Days because it is a great cause but because • 1 SCWC promotional tournament it is a great strategic fit for our • Awareness Raising Events company. It’s a great opportunity to come together as colleagues to make a big difference and our support will deliver real tangible benefits to street children around the world and make the SCWC a great success.” iExplore, TUI Travel Plc Premier League side QPR & SCWC visited TSC in April to pilot & train local coaches in Mwanza to give a lasting legacy for street children's football in Tanzania. As part of our Street Kickz project, street involved children will play football & participate in art workshops. For a 3 rd year, TSC was visited for 3 months by coaches from Arsenal in the Community to develop our work in the academy and local primary schools. Becoming the sponsor of Team Tanzania at the Street Child World Cup is a unique opportunity. It will allow you to have sponsorship space on a worldwide stage while enhancing your reputation and social responsibility by supporting street children's rights and combating negative stereotypes. We are working alongside the SCWC team to secure the overall budget for the World Cup from a number of global corporate sponsors. Already confirmed are TUI Travel Plc one of the world's largest and most successful travel companies and Dufry, a leading travel retailer with over 1 200 shops in 45 countries. Street Child World Cup Supporters Include.... David Beckham,Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Manny Pacquiao, Thandie Newton, Sir Alex Ferguson, Edith Bowman, Gary Lineker OBE, SvenGoran Eriksson, Andriy Shevchenko, Harry Redknapp, Theo Walcott and many more... Corporate Benefits of a Team Sponsor Widespread Coverage - Worldwide event with high profile campaigns in 1 6 competing countries. Key marketing areas of South America (host), UK (SCWC headquaters) and Tanzania (Sponsored team). Tournament aim is to have the greatest possible impact. Powerful Story for internal & external comms - New marketing opportunities through use of stories on the Road to Rio and at the SCWC. Corporate Social Responsibility - Fulfill your CSR requirements whilst also having the opportunity to market your brand on a world stage and be associated with such a great cause. Employee Engagement - A chance for staff to get involved with events during our Road to Rio and to follow the team's progress in Brazil. Cause Related Marketing - Good public relations opportunity through the message that your company supports the Tanzanian team and through the tournament provides a platform for street children to be heard Team Sponsorship - £25,000 ($40,000) "Playing at the Street Child World Cup made me smile because for the first time, people believed in me." Dennis, Tanzanian Team at SCWC201 0 As Team Sponsor, your company will receive: • Profile within Tanzania through team launches, send off and return receptions • International awareness through main shirt sponsorship and recognition on the SCWC website, team pages,Facebook and other social media and acknowledgement in related articles. • Regular Team Updates, use of the SCWC logo for publicity material & use of any films created by SCWC. • Opportunities for press coverage as profile and awareness of the SCWC builds, the opportunity to journey with the team from Tanzania on the ‘Road to Rio’ and to attend the SCWC201 4 (travel costs not included). • SCWC will provide advice and assistance with the generation of international media opportunities and links with fellow sponsors. Sponsorship will cover the direct costs of a team’s participation (flights, visas and passports), participation in a project leaders’ conference in 201 3 in the UK, support of the project’s campaign in Tanzania to 201 4, and providing legacy for the project.Team sponsors can either be one main sponsor, or made up of several different supporters. “I scored my 1 ,000th goal in Rio de Janeiro and I offered my 1 ,000th goal to children. I am very happy to be part of Pele Sports which will work with SCWC to be held in Rio de Janeiro” Pele - Football Legend Further Sponsorship Packages Silver Team Sponsor $15,000 An Opportunity to be recognised as a team sponsor and contribute towards our ongoing work with street children in Tanzania. You will: • Be recognised as a sponsor on the SCWC website and other publicity as silver sponsor. • Have your logo on the sleeve of the main team shirt and on the team training t-shirt. • Opportunity to visit the project & participate in launch events • Have use of the SCWC logo for publicity. Bronze Team Sponsor $7,500 • Listed as bronze sponsor on the SCWC website and other publicity • Have your logo on the team training t-shirt • Opportunity to visit the project and participate in launch events • Have use of the SCWC logo for publicity Why Support Us? We feel there is an excellent fit between the Tanzanian SCWC team and locally based companies. Sponsorship would allow you to support projects local to your operations in Tanzania while promoting yourself as a global company with sponsorship on a world stage at the SCWC. Team Tanzania already has an excellent reputation and has attracted high profile international support for ongoing projects from English Premier League sides. Contact: Robert Bousie - TSC Project Manager Karin Joseph - SCWC Teams Coordinator Twitter: @SCWC201 4, @TSCMWANZA Facebook: Street Child World Cup, Tanzania Street Children Sports Academy This can be your opportunity to join us and be part of Team Tanzania at the Street Child World Cup. You will be part of the change to local communities with our vision to see no more children on the street by 2034 and you can be part of this. We feel this is an opportunity that will benefit both your business and social objectives greatly.
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