We thank PTC India Financial Services Ltd who have joined hands with Save the Children to support Team India (North) that is participating in the first ever Street Child Cricket World Cup. Their support will help our children’s training and participation along with creating national and international visibility of Children in Street Situation.

We are excited to announce PTC India Financial Services Limited as the Official Partner of Team India (North) for Street Child Cricket World Cup (#SCCWC2019) slated to be held in London next month. Being organised just ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, #SCCWC will serve as a platform to bring the spotlight on the issues and needs of street children.

While signing the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), Dr Pawan Singh, MD & CEO, PTC India Financial Services Ltd. said, “We have partnered with Save the Children to ensure that India’s children represent the country. This is an opportunity to create history and transform the lives of hundreds and thousands of children in supporting their aspirations and hopes”.

Terming the partnership as a milestone development for the cause of street children, Bidisha Pillai, CEO, Save the Children said, "This partnership is really critical for Save the Children to amplify our work on Children in Street Situations (CiSS) and providing a global platform to our young champions.”


We thank Sanspareils Greenlands (SG) for coming on board as the Equipment Partner for Team India. Their support will be crucial in the journey of our
children from streets to Lord’s.

A big shout out to SG Cricket for making a heartwarming gesture of providing 800 pair of shoes to street-connected children from our programmes

We thank Sanspareils Greenlands, India's largest and most trusted cricket gear manufacturer, for this wonderful gift to street children on International Day for Street Children (12 April 2019). SG Cricket has also provided cricket kits to Team India (North) which will represent India at the first-ever Street Child Cricket World Cup (SCCWC 2019) to be played at the prestigious Lord’s Cricket Ground, ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.