Hello lovelies! - A new video from Theodora Lee
In this guest blog, popular YouTuber and blogger Theodora Lee talks about why she’s backing the Seriously Awkward campaign.
Advent: Stop payday loan ads with our ‘Ready Teddy’ campaign
Christmas in particular is a time when families might face financial struggles. We have been campaigning to stop payday loan adverts from being shown during children’s TV shows. Watch our video today, and find out why this is a problem for many families.
Advent: Let the grumblies grumble!
Kate says she would risk everything for the gospel. Risk looking stupid, risk looking like an idiot and look to have a giggle in the process. She’d even risk grumblies grumbling at her because one day she’ll have to stand and answer to the one that really matters.
Advent: Someone who believes in us
We all need support - Joanna explains why this is particularly true for the most vulnerable 16-17 year olds.
Advent: Christmas is just around the corner
Today Caroline Spelman shares her joy in the Advent season. It's a joy that motivates her to look for opportunities to work for a better world.
Marking the start of Advent with a royal visit
On 1 December 2015, we marked the start of Advent with a special Advent Service at Lambeth Palace, London in the presence of the charity’s Royal President Her Royal Highness (HRH) The Duchess of Gloucester GCVO.
Read our new Impact Report
Our new report is part of our accountability to volunteers, partners, donors, supporters and, especially, the children we have the honour to work with.
We support changes to the law to protect children from potential sex offenders
We are working with Nicola Blackwood and the government to strengthen controls that protect children from sexual abuse and exploitation
The future of free school meals: Tell us what you think
The future of free school meals is up for debate, and we want to hear your thoughts, says Sam Royston.
Celebrating friendships we make at school
Joanna Petty shares her experience of attending a leavers' event for primary school children that focused on friendship.