Authors

A wide range of people within and outside of our organisation have written for our blog. To learn more about an author and all of the posts they have written, click the writer’s name.

By using the drop-down box you can order this list by the author’s first name or sort it by the authors who have written the most.

Molly Weingarten
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Media team
Molly interned with the media team, collaborating on a number of projects, including Christingle events and the Party Smartly campaign.
Holly Patton
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As part of the legacies team within our Fundraising Department, Holly helps raise awareness of the important part gifts in wills play in our work, and encourages people to support us in this special way.
Abdou Sidibe
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Programme staff
As a Senior Practitioner at our LEAP programme in Leeds, Abdou supports refugee and asylum-seeking children, young people and families. He has worked with our organisation for over seven years, providing advocacy support and advice on rights and entitlements to children and families in the asylum process.
Nola Pugh
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Programme staff
Nola helps young people from refugee and asylum-seeking backgrounds settle, and feel welcome, included and integrated in their new lives in Leeds.
Simon Allen
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Programme staff
Simon works predominately with Young Offenders and Children that are looked after. Simon also runs a weekly gym session, a running club and other diversionary activities.
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Guest bloggers
Sarah is a Children's Society supporter who is running the London Bupa 10 000 with her daughter Michaela.
Sophie Parr
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Campaigns team
Sophie campaigned and raised awareness among the public and decision-makers about issues that affect children and young people, and worked to change things for the better.
Sally Hutton
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Sally supports fundraising groups, churches, individuals and corporate supporters with fundraising for The Children’s Society, and promotes the charity’s work across Berkshire, Oxon, Beds, Bucks & Herts
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Guest bloggers
Emma Ball is a Nottingham based artist and designer who has been supporting our work since 2010, and has designed a number of exclusive products to raise funds for our work.
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Guest bloggers
A young person we work with at one of our programmes, Jennifer is sharing her experience of running away from home. To protect her privacy, she is writing under a pseudonym.