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In support of our new 30-day fitness challenge, fitness expert Sarah Maxwell writes about why she supports the challenge, and how exercise and volunteering changed her life.
Thousands of you joined us in saying payday loan adverts can trivialise the seriousness of taking out a loan, and we have a partial response from the advertising watchdog - plus other campaign news
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The Children's Society has launched a campaign in Greater Manchester to make sure that young people in care who are placed out of their local area get the support they need to settle and thrive.
Yesterday, Sunday 7 June, marked the last day of Volunteers Week 2015 and a fantastic seven days of celebrations.
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A-level student Lily shares her experiences volunteering at our headquarters over the past 18 months
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Rob Kippen, a Children’s Rights Officer in Oldham looks at some of the hard decisions young people in care have to face and how we're helping them.
The Children’s Society in London runs local projects and campaigns for change, helping children and young people when they are at their most vulnerable and have nowhere else to turn.