A Concern street fundraiser stands on the pavement near Baker Street. Photo: Lucy Bloxham / Concern WorldwideA Concern street fundraiser stands on the pavement near Baker Street. Photo: Lucy Bloxham / Concern WorldwideA Concern street fundraiser stands on the pavement near Baker Street. Photo: Lucy Bloxham / Concern Worldwide

Concern on the streets: FAQs

Concern on the streets: FAQs

Concern Worldwide (UK)’s Street Fundraising teams play a vital role in taking our message out to the UK public, giving supporters the opportunity to start a regular donation to support Concern’s life-saving work.

They have been hugely successful. Thanks to our Street Fundraisers and the donors they have signed up, Concern has been able to help many more people tackle hunger and fight poverty in some of the world’s poorest countries.

How many Street fundraisers does Concern employ?

The number of street fundraisers varies throughout the year. But on average there are about 15 Street Fundraising staff working in towns and cities throughout the UK.

How are Concern’s Street Fundraisers paid?

How much of my donation goes on their wages?

How do I get a job as a Concern Street Fundraiser?

How much personal information are fundraisers allowed to ask for?

Why regular giving?

Is there a code of conduct?

What if I have a comment or complaint?

NFI materials being distributed by Concern in masisi, DRC. Photo: Kieran McConville/Concern Worldwide

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