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
Making runways safer through our work with local authorities
New report highlights steps local authorities have taken to improve support for young runaways, and our new guide offers support for practitioners
New funding announced for children’s mental health services
Every day our services work with many children whose well-being and mental health are affected by issues they face, such as abuse, neglect and substance misuse. With long waiting times for services and high thresholds for mental health assessments, these children often miss out on the vital support that would enable them to move successfully into adulthood.
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
'The internship has been an eye opening experience'
Ben, one of our interns based in Birmingham, shares his experience of working with the Stars National Initiative website.
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
Sindi's story: Caring, university and the Cabinet Office
Sindi shares her experience of growing up as a young carer and how, in the face of adversity, she is now embarking on an exciting career path