We believe that all children deserve a good childhood. That’s why we campaign for the most vulnerable children and young people who face poverty and neglect, fighting injustice and protecting them from harm.
#CSEDay17 - Raising awareness across the country
This CSE awareness day we are out in the communities we work in, talking about child sexual exploitation (CSE), our work in this area and how to spot the signs
Bigging up the bill
Today we launched Big up the Bill, a young person’s led campaign to help police work better with young people
Supporters share personal experiences of being in debt
We asked our supporters to share their personal experiences of problem debt and how a breathing space could have helped them
Budget 2017: As family budgets are squeezed, problem debt rises
We look at the impact of the budget announcement on low-income families
Listen to real stories of debt
A powerful account of growing up in debt based on real children and families’ experiences, and the difference a breathing space could make
Thinking Thrifty: how the #DebtTrap affected my mental health
Our guest blogger, David Jack Taylor, founder of Thinking Thrifty, shares his painful memories of growing up in a home with problem debt and why we need to prevent children today from facing similar experiences
Why I work in the Policy team
With a new Policy Officer position now vacant, David Ayre looks at why you should work with us
Brexit: What does it mean for children and young people’s rights?
As Brexit draws closer, we look at how this will affect the rights of children and young people
Carol's 25+ years as a fundraiser: 'I never cease to be amazed at people's generosity and support'
Carol Sampson, one of our National Volunteering Award winners for 2016, discusses her fundraising experiences
Arif's story, a child refugee
Arif came to the UK when he was 13 after his father was attacked for his political beliefs. With support from his project worker Arif is now settled in the UK and looking for jobs. This is his story.
Opportunity for energy companies to show some warmth
As temperatures drop, high costs of gas and electricity can see low income families living behind cold doors