What We Do
The Magic Bus Programme uses a special combination of Physical Activity, Play, Sport and Mentoring to engage with children and young people living in poverty. Through our sessions, we teach important life lessons that will help those taking part to escape poverty.
How You Can Help
Magic Bus relies on the generous support of our donors to help children and young people in Southern Asia escape poverty and live happier lives. There are lots of ways that you can help improve the life of a child living in poverty – the Magic starts with you!
Where We Work
Magic Bus is working with over 380,000 children across four countries: India, Nepal, Bangladesh and Myanmar. In each of these countries, children and young people are trapped in poverty, with little hope of escape without a positive intervention.
Magic Bus relies on the generous support of individuals to fund our work with children and young people living in poverty in India.
£20 can enable one child to go through the Magic Bus programme for one year
£50 can provide three children with a full education up to the end of secondary school, sparing them from the horrors of child marriage and child labour
£140 can train one young person as a Magic Bus Community Youth Leader, leading life-changing sessions for children from marginalised communities for a year
£1,000 can empower a village of 50 children to take part in the Magic Bus programme for a year
They did it! In just 5 months, Joe & Verity cycled all the way from London to Mumbai. On the 25th of January, our magic cyclists crossed the finish line in Mumbai where they were met with a hero's welcome by our colleagues at Magic Bus India. There, they...read more
Today I visited the Panchantala cluster located in the Dhakuria community of Kolkata. It is in this community where Magic Bus runs a Manchester City’s Cityzens Giving project. Today’s session was facilitated by the Community Youth Leader, Abhishek and...read more
Ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup hosted by England & Wales in the summer of 2019, London and Cambridge will be playing host to the inaugural Street Child Cricket World Cup (SCCWC). The creation of Street Child United, creators of the Street Child...read more
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Magic Bus UK is proud to announce our partnership with "Forest & Fir" this holiday season! Providers of Premium Christmas Trees, Forest & Fir will donate £10 to Magic Bus for every Christmas Tree purchased by a Magic Bus supporter between now and Christmas...read more
This is Darukhana, an area of Mazgaon in the shinning city of Mumbai. It is popularly known for its Ship breaking and Ironworks industries and is packed with dingy tin warehouses, narrow lanes, and factories. I was born and raised here! As a child, I was never allowed...read more