The Children’s Society has helped change children’s stories for over a century.
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We fight child poverty and neglect, and help all children have a better chance in life.
Learn about our children's centres
Find out about our parliamentary work
Fundraise, donate, campaign, volunteer - we have many ways you can help children.
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Your donation helps us continue to work with children to ensure that they are loved, valued and listened to.
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Children's voices and opinions are at the heart of our media, social media and blogs.
Read Voice magazine
Visit our data blog
Buying from our online or high street shops is a great way to support our work
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We are proud to work in close partnership with all churches, and we are committed to equipping and inspiring people of faith.
Our monthly reflections are ideal for personal reflection, for introduction to a small group, or for your church magazine.
As an organisation we are committed to breaking down barriers and speaking out against all that makes people less than human.
There are many ways you can volunteer, including some roles that are distinctly tied to churches.
Raising money can be fun and an easy way for your church to engage with issues of poverty and disadvantage.
Read our guidance, and identify how you can protect and safeguard vulnerable children.
We run children’s centres throughout England that support the needs of children under five and their parents or carers.
Pot of Gold and Over the Rainbow, two related initiatives, are ways we involve children and young people in influencing budgetary decision-making and recipients of funding have the opportunity to share their work and show the difference it has made.
Our toolkit provides disabled children an easy way to express their opinions about their care and education.
The Children's Society speaks at and organises a wide range of non-fundraising events.