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Henley Festival will feature Hidden, a ground-breaking exhibition about young carers, as part of its partnership with The Children’s Society.
Three different volunteers explain why they volunteer in one of our young peoples' services.
Our campaigns involve a lot of people coming together to build momentum and make change happen. Use these guides to find out how you could make a difference.
Dave Farris reflects on thankfulness, helping us to show appreciation for those who give of themselves in order that others might flourish.
Even the smallest act can make a difference toward helping the children we care support and advocate on behalf of
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There are many ways that you can get involved and make an impact on the lives of vulnerable children and young people within your own community.
At least 10,000 children a year could be at ‘terrible risk’ because they receive no active police response when they go missing, according a parliamentary inquiry published today.
A report published today reveals that some children who go missing are put at risk by how their case is investigated by the police.