Latest Press Releases
Our policy director calls for intensive, sustained support and questions how we will support families that fall in and out of crisis.
'[Milburn's] crucial focus on support for children in the earliest years of their lives sends a clear message', our policy director says.
Young carers and their families face losing £50 million a year under proposed welfare reforms, new analysis by The Children’s Society reveals
Local celebrity, Nick Hancock, will open a Christmas tree festival in Mucklestone on Sunday 18 December 2011.
The Children’s Society comments on the government’s Missing children and adults strategy, published today, 5 December
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, paid a visit to our Safe In The City project in Birmingham.
Two-fifths of adults celebrate Christmas by going to church or attending a Christmas carol service.
Low-income working families and their children face being pushed into greater hardship by soaring inflation and a proposed benefits shake-up
The Children’s Society has appointed a new interim Chief Executive.