What have the OutCry! campaign, Sooty and Sweep, a school bell and Staffordshire oatcakes got in common?
The Children's Society’s new Move! Project, in association with the Football Foundation, was launched by Manchester United and England goalkeeper Ben Foster. Move!
The Control of Immigration: Quarterly Statistical Summary (April-June 2009), released by the Home Office, contains for the first time more comprehensive figures about children held in immigration d
Congratulations to the Rock FM cycling team who completed a gruelling 460-mile ride from the Eiffel Tower to Blackpool Tower on Friday 28 August 2009.
The Children's Society and Ecclesiastical Insurance today call on 20,000 people to take a simple action to make childhood better for the children in their families and communities.
SOVA and The Children’s Society have been jointly appointed by Birmingham City Council to deliver a new mentoring service for young adults in the city.
Four out of five adults believe that children do not have good role models in their lives nowadays, according to a survey released today by The Children’s Society’s National Mentoring Initiative.
The Children's Society has today launched ‘Making it Happen’, a new project funded by the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF).
A group of 5 young refugees and asylum-seekers aged 16-20 from Birmingham have written and recorded a song which they hope will spread a message of peace, love, friendship and togetherness to other