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Changing young lives can be a piece of cake
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Change children's lives by raising money while you sing
Our recent Seriously Awkward report shows that young people may feel under pressure to make choices that can jeopardise their future.
HRH The Duchess of Gloucester GCVO
With The Great British Bake Off in full swing, The Children’s Society colleagues have been inspired to get creative in the kitchen to raise funds for our Bake and Brew campaign.
Charlie, aged 19, has cared for his mum since he was 4 years old. Watch him talk about life as a young carer and his involvement with our Young Carers in Focus project
Support young carers who are denied a childhood, education or future.
Our new report On Your Own Now examines the experiences of 16 and 17 year olds who cannot live at home with their families. These teenagers live in accommodation provided by their local council to prepare them for living independently as an adult.
An advocate in our Havering Advocacy Service explains how her work with many 16 and 17 year olds having housing problems relates to our new report, 'On your own now'