We need to transform children’s mental health services
As child and adolescent mental health services face a tipping point, we outline priorities for improving these vital services.
Sarah Maxwell: 'Tough n Buff is uniquely placed to get you on the road to fitness'
In support of our new 30-day fitness challenge, fitness expert Sarah Maxwell writes about why she supports the challenge, and how exercise and volunteering changed her life.
New guidance won’t protect children from payday loan adverts
Thousands of you joined us in saying payday loan adverts can trivialise the seriousness of taking out a loan, and we have a partial response from the advertising watchdog - plus other campaign news
Get Tough n Buff: Sign up for our 30 day fitness challenge
Become a hero and join the Tough n Buff 30 day fitness challenge.
Celebrating Volunteers’ Week
Yesterday, Sunday 7 June, marked the last day of Volunteers Week 2015 and a fantastic seven days of celebrations.
Handle with Care: helping young people in the care system
Rob Kippen, a Children’s Rights Officer in Oldham looks at some of the hard decisions young people in care have to face and how we're helping them.
Internet Safety Day: Make the internet safer for young people
We’re joining hundreds of organisations to promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people.
'I really enjoyed my time at The Children's Society's headquarters'
Part of our intergenerational programme in Peckham, Mustafa shares his story of meeting our chief executive and others
Advent: Keeping wonder alive
What keeps me going after 30 years is knowing that Christingle is not just a pretty prelude to Christmas, but a real opportunity for us to do something meaningful to impact the lives of children and young people in our community.
A hard day's work: When The Beatles met the children we helped
Remembering the day in 1964 when The Beatles lent us some star support
How one church makes a difference
Parishioners from St Hilda’s church in the West Midlands save their spare change for The Children’s Society.