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Become a local campaigner
You can make a real difference to ensure that vulnerable children get the help and support they need.
Local campaigners play an integral part in delivering our campaigns across the country. Their contribution is fundamental in achieving tangible results for children and young people. Our local campaigners are teachers, parents, students – people of all ages and from all walks of life who support our work in their free time.
We don't ask for a big commitment – only what you feel able and happy to do. There are over 17,000 people over the country working with us to campaign for a better life for England's most vulnerable children. All you need to be one of them is a desire to give children a good childhood.
For tips on how to campaign in your area you can download our guide, Make change: A quick-start guide to local campaigning.
Some typical actions that we might ask our local campaigners to take include:
- writing to/meeting your MP
- collecting signatures for petitions
- organising events
- raising awareness about our work
- encouraging others to get involved
Join us now and be part of a movement to make a good childhood a reality for every child. Simply fill in our online form and we'll send you more information about our campaigns and how you can get involved.