Latest Press Releases

Rula Roughs It for Children

25 May 2006

Rula Roughs It For Children

25 July 2006

Bernie Nolan Back From China

2 Jul 2006

Actress and singer Bernie Nolan is back in one piece from her Trek China experience with The Children's Society.

Patsy Kensit Helps To Bridge The Gap

1 Jun 2006

Actress and mother of two Patsy Kensit is giving her support to this year's Children Society Bridges walks.

Stars Come Out To Support The Children's Society 125th Anniversary Ball

6 Dec 2010

The Children's Society celebrated its 125th anniversary in true style on Wednesday evening with a fairytale themed ball at the historic London hotel Claridges.

Runaways: Lessons from America

16 Apr 2006

The Metropolitan Police and MPs Helen Southworth and Paul Burstow are to speak about runaway children at a feedback forum hosted by The Children's Society in Parliament on Wednesday 26 April, 3pm.

Taxi! Celebrities Hail A New York Cab in Support of Walk New York

26 Apr 2006

With The Children's Society celebrating its 125th anniversary this year we are looking for 125 people to join our Walk New York event on 10-14 November 2006.

Corrie's Tracy Barlow Presents Children's Achievement Awards

6 Apr 2006

Kate Ford, Coronation Street's meddling Tracy Barlow, took a break from the street to present The Children's Society's AQA Achievements Awards at The 'LACES' celebration event in Preston.

Black Young People Say They Don't Trust Youth Justice System

22 Mar 2006

The Children's Society is releasing research today that highlights the profound impact of racism on black young people across the youth justice system.

Children's Charity Flies to USA on Runaways Fact Finding Mission

6 Mar 2006

The Children's Society and Lib Dem MP Paul Burstow are flying to America to meet US Federal Government officials as part of the charity's Safe and Sound campaign to help runaway children.

Safe and Sound Reaches Number One

17 Feb 2006

The Children's Society is pleased to report that Early Day Motion 393, Protecting Runaway Children, is in top position in the current parliamentary session, having been signed by over 335 MPs ahead