Tue, Apr 24 2018

The Voice of Youth, Global Fund for Children,

Saatchi Gallery, England, United Kingdom Saatchi Gallery, England, United Kingdom

  • About the event

    We invite you to join Global Fund for Children on the evening of Tuesday 24th April for a very special journey of celebrating the “Voice of Youth – 10,000” at the Saatchi Gallery in London. On the evening of 24th April, a small part of London will be transformed into a world of wonder and suspense as our ambitious charity takes a select audience on a meaningful journey through the global voice of youth. We will wrap you in sumptuous sound and thought-provoking visuals whilst enticing you to enter a universe of steampunk entertainment and street dancing near and afar. We need you there to help us make it a unique and wonderful celebratory event!  

    Please put Tuesday 24th April on your calendar.

    To RSVP please contact me, Nicky Wynne, Managing Director at



    Global Fund for Children partners to build a world where all youth are safe, strong, and valued. 

    Why should you sponsor?

    Join us on a journey

    On the evening of 24th April a small part of London will be transformed into a moment of suspense as our ‘slight of build, big in ambition’ charity takes a select audience on a meaningful journey through the global voice of youth.  We will wrap you in sumptuous sound and thought-provoking visuals whilst enticing you to enter a world of steampunk entertainment and street dancing from near and afar.

    Saatchi Gallery

    The Saatchi Gallery aims to provide an innovative forum for contemporary art, presenting work by largely unseen young artists or by international artists whose work has been rarely or never exhibited in the UK. The audience for exhibitions of contemporary art has increased widely during the recent years as general awareness and interest in contemporary art has developed both in Britain and abroad. When The Saatchi Gallery first opened over twenty-five years ago it was only those who had a dedicated interest in contemporary art who sought out the gallery to see work by new artists. The audience, however, built steadily over the years and in our new home in King’s Road, our visitor numbers now exceed 1.5million per annum, with over 2000 schools a year organising student visits. The Saatchi Gallery has worked with media sponsors on a number of shows including The Observer, The Sunday Times, Evening Standard, The Independent on Sunday and Time Out. Many artists showing at The Saatchi Gallery are unknown when first exhibited, not only to the general public but also to the commercial art world. Many of these artists are subsequently offered shows by galleries and museums internationally. In this effect, the gallery also operates as a springboard for young artists to launch their careers.

    Our Sponsorship Investment Proposition

    The level of investment offered to you, our potential sponsor partner, is shown as generic. We aim for this to be a platform for discussion as we establish mutually beneficial relationships with you so that tailor-made sponsorships are achieved, dependent on the level of donation given.


    Nicky Wynne

    I am privileged to work for the Global Fund for Children UK Trust. I help raise funds that support grass roots partners across the globe.

    I would like to tell you about our upcoming Saatchi Art Gallery London arts/culture event on April 24th.

    It’s a highly prestigous night that offers you the opportunity to become involved through sponsorship.


    We are working closely with our global Board including key representatives of Goldman Sachs and other partners to ensure there is a diverse and influential audience at the event.  Our pro-bono PR partner, Monteith, is working with us to maximise the media and multi-channeling impact our Saatchi event will have.


    The night itself is the pinnacle of our global year-long campaign ‘Voice of Youth 10,000’.  We are currently working on the material for this campaign, which will be ready by March 1st.  

    As a part of the campaign we are bringing one of our grassroots partners, Tiny Toones, a Hip Hop Dance Troupe from Cambodia, for a cultural exchange with a special performance as part of our Saatchi Art Gallery event.  The mission of Tiny Toones is to provide a safe and positive environment for at-risk youth aged 5-24 in the poorest neighbourhoods of Phnom Penh to channel their boundless energy and creativity into the arts and education.


    We are looking to raise £1 million over the coming year.

    Please do support and join us for this one-off, spectacular event and do email me if you would like to know more details or arrange a time to chat.

    Attached is a sponsorship pack for your perusal.


    Nicky Wynne

    Managing Director

    Global Fund for Children UK Trust


    Please contact me directly at the email address below.


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  • 251-500 attendees expected

    62% Male Attendees

    38% Female Attendees

  • File
    FINAL.GFC Modular Collateral.pdf Download
    FINAL.GFC Annual Report 2016-17.pdf Download
    Sponsorship Pack Revised 1.pdf Download

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