'Interning has been a fun and worthwhile experience'
Volunteer Interns Sumayyah and Trudie share their experiences of interning with us.
Advent: Ambitions for our children
As we move through the second week of Advent, Teresa Pearce MP focuses on the message of Isaiah to remind us to think big about how we can help the most vulnerable children.
A great Christmas gift suggestion
Make a young person’s Christmas special by buying one of our alternative gifts
Advent: 'Let today be a day we join in with all the earth with a boogie of joy for God'
Today, Pádraig finds beauty in the brokenness and purpose in the most mundane of everyday objects.
Advent: From desolation to hope
David Hockney’s Garroby Hill serves as a timely reminder of the winding road to Christmas, through desolation to hope.
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
University sport - Why does it matter?
We're attending the British University & College Sport conference to meet students and share our new collection of sporting challenges
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'
Advent: Seeing and challenging
The author alters a room's lighting and leads us to reflect on darkness and light
'Debt causes stress, which causes anxiety, which causes mental health problems'
As part of our Debt Trap campaign, we spoke to Jessica (that's not her real name), a single mum who is also a community activist, volunteer and heavily involved in her local parents’ forum. She and her three children - a 16-year-old daughter, a 14-year-old son and an eight-year-old son - live in a three-bedroom flat.