In your church
The Children’s Society is a social justice organisation, and we are founded on, and driven by our Christian values. From our history in the vision and actions of a young Sunday school teacher at the end of the nineteenth century, our work has been grounded in the churches at local and national levels. The churches constitute our core partners.
Our Christian values of love, justice and forgiveness inspire our work. Love is the active way we care for all children. Justice concerns how we stand up for the powerless and ignored. Forgiveness is about persistence, a refusal to give up on difficult children and young people.
We work very closely with the Church of England, and we are proud to work with all the major denominations and with other faiths as part of a movement for change.
We are committed to equipping and inspiring people of faith to come with us on a journey. Whether you are looking for resources for yourself or your church to pray, meet to discuss community issues, campaign, or fundraise for our work, we hope that you will join us as we seek to realise our vision of a world where all children and young people are respected, valued and heard.
Prayers to your inbox
We are proud to work in close partnership with churches of many denominations and we are committed to equipping and inspiring people of faith.
As part of our work, we have launched a monthly prayer email to help you and your church pray for vulnerable children and young people.
Sign up today to have prayers emailed to your inbox.
- Join our campaigns to support young runaways and ensure that all children in poverty receive a free school meal
- You and your church can fundraise and volunteer to support our work and young people in your community
- Join or organise a Good Childhood Conversations, where we discuss issues faced by young people
- Access our wide range of prayer and reflection materials
- Donate to support our work with young people from across the country.