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Revs on a roller coaster

Some 20 revs from across the country took their faith to new heights by braving the country's biggest roller coaster, all in the name of raising money for our charity


United States

Child benefit plan would hit 13 million children

We respond to the Labour Party’s announcement that it would cap Child Benefit rises at 1%.

Theology, listening and our core values

Our vision and values are based on sessions listening to children (particularly those in the greatest need), our supporters, volunteers, church-goers and representatives of the Church of England and other supporting denominations.

How our values reflect our Christian roots

In the late 1800s, The Children’s Society grew out of the ministry of Christians like Edward Rudolf.

While working in some of England's poorest neighbourhoods, Rudolf was inspired – as we are – by the practice of Jesus Christ, who taught that children and the poor are at the heart of the Kingdom of God (Matthew 18.1-3, Luke 6.20).

British parents join call to protect children from loan adverts

Three-quarters of British parents want payday loan companies to be banned from broadcasting TV and radio adverts to children.

Abuse inquiry must hear children’s voices

Our chief executive responds to the new chair for independent inquiry into child abuse.

160,000 more children in poverty getting free school meals

Introduction of free school meals for all infant school children is important first step to pave way for all children in poverty to get this key support.

Post adoption and care service

Our service is an 'Access to Records' service, sharing records with those who were either adopted or in the care of our homes (which we no longer run)