Last year we reached more than 23,000 children through our children's centres and programmes
We defend, safeguard and protect the childhood of all children and young people throughout the UK through our network of programmes and services.
You can browse our areas of work and children's centres lower on the page. You can also use our interactive map to find where our programmes and children's centres are in your area.
Our service is an 'Access to Records' service, sharing records with those who were either adopted or in the care of The Children’s Society.
Participation means creating and promoting positive opportunities for children of all ages and abilities to get actively involved in all areas of our work.
We ensure that children in care or in the child protection system have a say in important decisions that are made about their lives.
We are leading the way in developing programmes to identify and support children living in families where parents are affected by drugs or alcohol misuse.
We support children from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller families, as well as refugee and new migrant families.
War, persecution and torture force many children to flee to this country by themselves.
Exclusion, ignorance and disrespect mean that many disabled children are allowed little control over their own lives.
Exposed to terrors like bullying, violence and deprivation, it's not surprising that some children are driven to crime.
We run children’s centres throughout England that support the needs of children under five and their parents or carers.
Our hub in the West Midlands provides a wide range of services to to young people in the area
Our hub in Greater Manchester provides a wide range of services to to young people in the area.
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)
Through our intergenerational work we aim to improve younger and older people's experiences of living together in their community.
Helping children feel safe, happy and protected is often about working with the family too.
Pot of Gold and Over the Rainbow, two related initiatives, are ways we involve children and young people in influencing budgetary decision-making and recipients of funding have the opportunity to share their work and show the difference it has made.
Our volunteers are vital to helping tackle the causes of poverty and neglect that harm children's lives