Video: Young people, parents talk about our work in the West Midlands
Parents and young people describe our work as 'a lifeline'
How long did 34,000 athletes need to finish the London Marathon?
Does this chart reveal runners racing against - and often beating - their target times?
Lent: Poverty of relationship
Whatever the reason, a parent's presence can provide deep levels of reassurance, writes Krish Kandiah of the Home for Good campaign
Use our timeline to look at our history in the West Midlands
As we launch our new initiative in the West Midlands, take a look at our 122-year history in the area
The immigration bill puts thousands of children’s well-being at stake
New legislation must address the often-complex histories and lack of control migrant families face, and ensure that children's welfare is protected
'Try something a wee bit wacky so that it generates some extra interest'
Ian and Sheila Hinton have supported our work for nearly half a century. This year they are aiming to complete a DO a month with their community
A great Christmas gift suggestion
Make a young person’s Christmas special by buying one of our alternative gifts
Delivering more meaningful meals this Christmas
We're partnering with Vouchercodes.co.uk on their Meaningful Meals campaign, providing hot, nutritious meals to vulnerable families
Befriending is 'an amazingly empowering experience'
Liam Mackin, recently named Worcester Young Citizen of the Year, writes of the influence befriending has had in his life
I knew how hard caring was for an adult, and I wanted to show people how hard it could be for a child
Author Anne Booth's new book Dog Ears features a young carer, and we spoke to her in recognition of this year's Young Carers Festival