Charity of the year

Why not select us to be your company's Charity of the Year? We will work with you to develop an effective fundraising plan.

Corporate support

There are so many ways your company can help children.

Age equality

The Equality Bill, a landmark piece of legislation, is currently being debated in Parliament.

The Bill aims to 'promote equality and fight discrimination in all its forms', but it fails to protect children under 18 against age discrimination. 

Teeenage girl

Donating items to our retail shops

Our shops always need good-quality items to keep their shelves full.


people reading and sitting on a stage in a theatreMarch and November 2008 – Performances of 'Motherland' at the Young Vic Theatre, London, and at Parliament


9 December 2009 - Royal Colleges briefing "Significant Harm: the effects of immigration detention on the health of children and families in the UK”


12 December – 27 February 2010 – Melanie Friend’s ‘Border Country’ exhibition

eBay for charity

By selling items on eBay you can now donate a percentage or all of the sale to making a difference in the lives of children and young people.

If you are an eBay user then donating to The Children's Society couldn't be easier! 

The Children's Society has partnered with eBay and you can now donate a proportion or all of the sale amount of any items you sell on eBay towards our pioneering work with children and young people. 

Current situation

Despite our current work, there are still many children facing danger and isolation who need our help. 100,000 under 16s will run away from home this year. One in six of these children will sleep rough and one in twelve will be hurt or harmed.

This is why we are urging you to join in this Christingle celebration this year and help us raise vital funds to help more vulnerable children.