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Jan Sayer works with young people at risk of homelessness and their families to try and find a solution which will allow them to stay at home
Today, Liz Hawkins talks about her role as a project worker and supporting Jenny, a girl who suffered appalling physical abuse at the hands of her stepmother.
We delivered 6,378 petitions telling the companies to show some warmth to families and children in energy debt
Over Lent we’re offering weekly suggestions for prayer, action and reflection on the gospel passages.
We compiled data from the past seven years to tally the top five things people have given up for Lent.
National disgrace as councils turn vulnerable teenagers who need help away, leaving them no option but to live on the streets.
Our new report exposes how local councils are failing 16- and 17-year-olds, leaving them at risk of serious harm, and that 10,000 teenagers at risk of homelessness are failed every year
Bianca writes: 'Before I came to The Children’s Society I did not have a future.'
On CSE Awareness day, it was startling to see no further funding allocated for child sexual exploitation in the Chancellor’s final budget of this Parliament.
The Chancellor talks about us all being ‘in it together’, but the reality is strikingly different for hundreds of thousands of struggling families.