Knock knock. Who’s there?
Liz Baddaley reflects on the impact of council tax debt on children.
Care leavers struggle with council tax debts
'Every day, my work shows me how important it is to raise awareness of the challenges care leavers face as they leave the care system, particularly with money and avoiding debt.'
Abu – An award-winning inspiration
Abu Alamer, 21, from Coventry, receive an award at Over the Rainbow for his outstanding contribution to helping other young refugees who have been forced to flee their country.
The end of Lent and my BenevoLent challenge
Fantastic resources to engage your church in praying, giving and acting for vulnerable young people this Lent are now available.
BenevoLent has ended this year but you can still support our work - find out how today.
Hooray we made it! My BenevoLent challenge is over and Easter is here at long last.
Perfect recipes for an Easter Bake and Brew
With Easter just around the corner, The Children Society's resident baker Owain shares some of his recipes and tips for a perfect Bake and Brew.
'I’ve always been a keen baker, especially when I’ve got some free time on the weekends. To celebrate the run up to Easter I made Simnel cakes as well as chocolate Easter nests. Many hands make light work, so I got my nephew involved in the baking to celebrate this special and reflective time of year.
Help our young people win £1000 for their gym project
Our gym club that helps vulnerable young people needs your vote this month
Introducing Jasmine Mitchell, Policy Volunteer
Jasmine, our new volunteer, talks about her background, why she chose to support our work and how she's playing a role in our policy team
Join Scope’s campaign to support disabled children and their families
Nearly two-thirds of families with disabled children can’t access needed services close to home
Bringing together different generations makes a difference
Bringing together older and younger generations can mean more positive relationships for people across a community
Things have to change for exploited teenagers
Why working with young people every day made me realise I had to get involved in the Seriously Awkward campaign