Adults of tomorrow: Five minutes with TV personality Linda Nolan
TV personality Linda Nolan talks about the pressures young people face today – and the many ups and downs of fundraising!
In the zone
Thanks to your support, our Children and Family Zone is tackling poverty in Solihull
Welcome to the Spring 2015 issue of Voice magazine
My name’s Ellie and I’m very proud to be guest editor of this issue, and to get a chance to speak to supporters like you, who make what I do with The Children’s Society’s SCARPA Squad possible!
Reaching fuel-poor families
The lead of a joint project to research the problem of fuel poverty among families outlines the findings and explains how it's important in reaching fuel-poor families.
Advent: Once in Royal David's City
After all the waiting and preparing, the big day is here! Today we can greet the Lord, born this happy morning! Thank you so much for journeying with us through this Advent season, we have loved sharing it with you.
Did the Queen deliver the most important speech of the year?
Our Public Affairs Manager explains why today's opening of parliament can have a real effect on children and families
Get involved in Refugee Week
This year, Refugee Week features events across the country as well as an interactive timeline tracing refugees' history and contributions to society
'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.
Recognising young carers and seeing they get the support they need
'We have been working hard over recent weeks to make it clear to politicians and civil servants that young carers are not being provided enough support'
The many values of befriending
Being a befriender can make a huge difference in a young person's life, writes a volunteer at our LEAP programme in Leeds.