Bishop Libby Lane welcomes you to Advent
Behind each of the 28 online doors, you will find a wide variety of creative things to do to increase well-being for yourself and for others.
Christingle Joy at Kingsley School Bideford
Our Christingle Service at Kingsley School has been taking place for over 20 years and it is, together with our infant Nativity service, the highlight of our Autumn Term. It is a time when we can all pause, think about our lives and those of others less fortunate and how we can make the world God has given us a better place.
The Chancellor’s first Autumn Statement should set a new direction
Laying out a new direction for the economy is going to be extremely tough for the Chancellor. In turbulent times we urge the Chancellor to focus on the lives of our poorest children and young people and do everything he can to help them thrive.
Jakes Journey: One child’s experience of problem debt
One child’s experience of problem debt and how a breathing space makes all the difference.
Give children and families in debt space to breathe
2.4 million children are in families who have fallen behind on their debts and need the protection of a legally binding breathing space scheme to protect them from bailiff visits, enforcement action and rising fees and charges
Q&A with Amy Edwards
Amy Edwards, project worker at the US Service, speaks about her work supporting young people with learning disabilities who have experienced, or are at risk of experiencing, sexual exploitation.
Families need breathing space from debt
For too many children living in families struggling with debt, a knock at the door can be terrifying.
Flicker of hope: We can help plan your Christmas activities
Help us change children’s stories at a Christingle celebration near you
Taking a stand at Conference
Now the political dust has settled after party conferences we take a look back at The Children’s Society’s presence this year
Corporate Ambassador Peter tells us why he is running an Ultra Marathon
Peter shares what he has been up to since he joined The Children's Society, and what he has learned.
The new benefit cap – will children end up paying the price?
With the new benefit cap set to cost some of the UK’s poorest households up to £260 a month, we are concerned that children and young people will end up paying the price for the Government’s attempts to balance the books.