First ever guidance promises better support for unaccompanied children
New government guidance is the first of its kind, and a crucial step forward for some of the most vulnerable children
The beginning of World War One and our work
A hundred years ago, Britain declared war on Germany and the First World War erupted. Our archivist looks at some of the ways the war affected our work
Was it worth staying up for?
Paul Burnell reflects on what can we learn from the World Cup and Commonwealth Games
Video: 'If someone donated £100 I would spend the afternoon making tea'
Matt Phelan from 4Ps Marketing was so excited after spending a day serving tea in one of our shops that he suggested his whole company do the same
Play today: The Debt Trap game
Can you fend off multiple bills and stay out of The Debt Trap?
Bringing our well-being research to communities across the country
How do we help boost young people's well-being in local areas? Our Senior Coordinator explains the work
Advent video: 'It puts you in that mindset of . . . I'm not worth as much as everybody else'
Don’t miss this endearing, heartbreaking video of Sam and his sister describing how being poor leads to many challenges
For too many families a move into work is not a move out of poverty
Use our graph to see how the levels of children in working families relate to the number of young people in poverty
We need to overcome information-sharing barriers
The Earl of Listowel endorses the key findings of our new report, calls on the government to clarify data-sharing requirements to help young families
Jo Joyner supports our Big Summer DO
'I'm encouraging people to do their bit this summer by holding a Big Summer DO, to help support disadvantaged children'
Local welfare assistance kept Anna and her family safe
Anna shares her experience of how, after escaping an abusive partner, local welfare schemes helped put her family’s life back together again.