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Over the past two years, Methodist children and young people have been encouraging local churches to help raise £30,000 for the SCWC by organising fundraising events.
Three young people have been chosen to represent Methodist Children and Youth from the Church in Britain on a trip to Nicaragua in November.
Nicaraguan street children will have the chance to compete in the 2014 Street Child World Cup with the support of young people of the Methodist Church in Britain.
I have just had news from Joe Baker, who is in Durban, South Africa, helping to run the Street Child World Cup.
The first match of the Deloitte Street Child World Cup is kicking off today in Durban, South Africa, with the host nation playing India.
The official charity of England's football players have today (8 March) announced their support for the Deloitte Street Child World Cup competition.
It isn't often that the Daily Telegraph and Ekklesia find themselves singing from the same hymn sheet let alone the same terraces.
An initiative involving Christian charities and others was launched last night in Westminster, to highlight the situation of street children around the world.
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