How to support your child’s well-being: John's story
As part of our groundbreaking research into children's well-being, we have worked with the New Economics Foundation (NEF) to find out what children can do to support their own well-being and how you can help.
Social work student Alba tells us about her role as a volunteer in the West Midlands
As part of Student Volunteer Week, we hear from Alba.
New legal powers for child trafficking advocates will help hundreds of children
We applaud the Government for listening to our calls and changing the law to improve support for hundreds of trafficked children across the UK.
Alberta tells us about her experiences as a volunteer befriender
As part of National Student Volunteers' Week, we hear from student and volunteer befriender, Alberta.
Tackling the cost of school uniforms
Our new report shows the high cost of school uniforms has a real impact on the experience of hundreds of thousands of pupils across the country.
‘We cannot have an unequal school life for children just because they can’t afford to pay for the terribly overpriced uniform’
This blog was written as part of The Children's Commission on Poverty. The commission was led by sixteen children aged 10-19 to uncover the true cost of school life for those living in poverty, through young eyes.
Helping to keep children safe in Lancashire
Our Street Safe project in Lancashire, funded by Comic Relief, supports children at risk of sexual exploitation and those who have run away
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.
Shining the justice of God
How are we called to shine the light and warmth of the justice of God?
I’m running 26.2 miles because what we do changes lives
Damian Allen, our Director of Children and Families, tells us why he’s taking on his hardest challenge yet to raise £10,000 for children living in poverty
We will remember them
A look at what happened to the children who left our care 100 years ago, from boys who died in the First World War to the girls who worked as maids
Why we support Tanni Grey-Thompson's Universal Credit inquiry
'The inquiry found that around 450,000 disabled people stand to lose out under Universal Credit - this includes 100,000 disabled children'