Take a look at our magazines from 1882 to 2013
We just launched Voice, our new magazine for supporters. If you haven't seen it, please take a look - it's a great piece of work, looking at young carers, stories by young people and volunteers, our policy work and celebrity chef Levi Roots.
The issue got us thinking about how our supporter magazines and newsletters have looked since Edward Rudolf founded our charity back in 1881. Our archives team dug up a handful of beautiful images that we'd like to share.
Our back pages
This is the cover of our first newsletter to our supporters, from nearly 132 years ago. The issue is dated 1 October 1882, when we were known as the Church of England Central Home for Waifs and Strays.
If you haven't seen our autumn 2013 supporter magazine, Voice, please have a look.
Our new supporter magazine is available in a variety of formats, including a PDF, a file that can be opened in your e-reader, a text-only version. We also are using the Flipboard app, which beautifully presents the magazine on your smartphone or tablet.
I highly recommend the version on the Flipboard app - click the image below to have a look.