Set up in 1984, our PACT project in York supports disabled children and young people by helping them to stand up for their rights.
Mathematically proven: simpler childhoods make better memories
09 July 2008
Bob Reitemeier, Chief Executive of The Children's Society, comments on the Government's plan to sign the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child in full:
Good Childhood Inquiry Highlights Concern about Values Children Learn From Adults
30 June 2008
UK Border Agency Must Support Child Welfare
25 June 2008
Bob Reitemeier, Chief Executive of The Children's Society, comments on Gordon's Brown's speech at the Labour Party Conference:
Our first mentoring project was launched early this year in Greenwich and already we’ve had 40 volunteers trained and ready to be matched up with mentees.
Did you know that you can support The Children’s Society by leaving a gift in your will?
Following the success last Christmas of The Children’s Society’s record-breaking world’s biggest Christmas stocking (you can find us in the new Guinness Book of World Records on page 148), we are a