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Sometimes the hardest word to say is 'sorry'. Not everyone gets a second chance. Watch Sam's story.
Emma is only little. Other children bully her at school. Find out who she turned to.
Ben had his ribs broken by his step-mum. He told no one. It was easier to run away. He thought the streets would be safer. They weren't.
When stuff's bad in your life, it's good to have someone to talk to. Sophie talked to her mentor, instead of hitting out.
When parents fight and shout at each other, they forget that children listen.
What do you think of when you hear the words 'gypsy', 'pikey' and 'scum'? A child? Lee is called these words every day.
This year we continue to work in partnership with The Glow Company UK Ltd to provide 4" glow sticks as an alternative to wax candles for your Christingles.
Glow candles are available to buy
Jesus said that whoever welcomed a child in his name welcomed him and so we are committed to making a better childhood for every child.
We want your church to be involved too.
Just five minutes of your time can make a lifetime of difference to the children we work with. If you're keen to get fundraising immediately, why not consider one of these simple ideas?
Read our report that explores the links between young people's relationships with their fathers and their mothers, and their well-being and self-esteem.