Latest Press Releases

Do you have what it takes to be a mentor?

16 Oct 2008

Our first mentoring project was launched early this year in Greenwich and already we’ve had 40 volunteers trained and ready to be matched up with mentees.

How we can turn a Brazilian plantation into a good childhood

16 Oct 2008

Did you know that you can support The Children’s Society by leaving a gift in your will?

From a very big stocking to a very long scarf

16 Oct 2008

Following the success last Christmas of The Children’s Society’s record-breaking world’s biggest Christmas stocking (you can find us in the new Guinness Book of World Records on page 148), we are a

40 years of Christingle

16 Oct 2008

Preparations for this year’s 40th anniversary Christingle celebrations are well underway and we’re pleased to announce that this season’s new Christingle resources are now available to order free o

Singing together to make childhood better

16 Oct 2008

Carol singing is a fun, festive and an easy way to fundraise.

Who are children's heroes today?

16 Oct 2008

In partnership with the Church of England, we have developed fun, engaging alternative Halloween activities.

The Children’s Society receives Britain’s Most Admired Charity award!

21 Oct 2008

The Children’s Society was awarded Britain’s Most Admired Charity on the 20 October at the prestigious

Coming soon to a bookshop near you

9 Dec 2008

On 2 February 2009, Penguin will publish the culmination of over two years independent study into what makes a good childhood.

When you can’t rely on your family, where do you go?

9 Dec 2008

Nadine lived in a house in Manchester with her mum, her stepfather and her big sister. One day, Nadine’s mum got cancer. The cancer made her mum do things she wouldn’t normally do. She was scared.

“Remember they are children first.”

9 Dec 2008

Our Project Workers are the people who physically make childhood better for thousands of young people every single day. They’re our unsung heroes.

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