Why Join Our Network
Why Join Our Network
There are numerous benefits of joining the Homeless World Cup Network; from attending Homeless World Cup events to sharing skills and good practice with other organisations.
You can find out if your organisation is eligible to join the Homeless World Cup Network and the steps to become one of our Street Football Partners HERE.
National representation in an international network. By joining our network, partners can connect to the work each partner does on the ground to the wider global movement of Sport for Development and particularly the mission of Homeless World Cup Foundation to end homelessness.
Access to and opportunity to collaborate with like-minded socially impactful football programmes from other national partners in over 70 countries.
Opportunity to share your own success stories, giving a voice to your national players on an international level and contributing your work to help raise awareness in marketing campaigns such as World Homeless Day, International Women’s Day etc.
Higher probability of growing your national programme as a result of learning best practices, accessing effective tools and receiving advice from other partners.
Receive organisational support documents in the HWCF Welcome pack, including but not limited to: a signed Partnership Agreement and a HWCF country team logo.
Access to the Partners’ Network internal site, with shared resources, newsletters, events calendar and other partner contact details etc.
Invitation to attend regional meetings, tournaments and activities such as coaching and referee courses, gender integration training, study visits etc. as available.
Opportunity to apply to the annual Homeless World Cup tournament with a men’s/mixed team and/or women’s team.
Official brand recognition as the national partner for HWCF, including the ability to use the Homeless World Cup logo on organisational documents and local/national media channels to increase credibility for country support.
Recognition that data from your programme is collected by HWCF and included within global statistics on how football is changing lives for homeless people around the world.