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Right now, young people's hope is hanging by a thread. 

There are children living with trauma, abuse and neglect. For many, childhood is a daily battle, with nowhere to turn. You can change this. You have the power to transform a life. By donating today, you're giving young people hope and a reason to believe in a brighter future. 

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All young people have dreams, but for some their hope is fading. We give them the care and advice they need to keep fighting. So they never lose sight of what they want and can face their future with confidence.

Through our local services and policy-changing campaigns, we tackle issues the of child exploitation, poverty and abuse. Without our support, the young people that we work with can be pushed into the most vulnerable situations, instead of clinging to hope, they would be filled with fear. We walk towards the young people that society crosses the street to avoid.

We work so children don't feel they have to join a gang to make money for the family, so they have the confidence to leave an abusive relationship, so they never feel like running away from home or self-harming. 

But we can’t do it alone. Our work relies on generous people like you. By donating today you can help us continue our vital work. You can give a child a brighter future. A future full of hope, and free from fear.

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£5

£5 a month could pay for a hot meal, shower and living essentials for a young runaway

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£10 a month could pay for a front line worker's phone so children in danger can contact them

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£20 a month could pay for a family to have mediation sessions to resolve conflict at home

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Whether it’s a little or a lot, give as much as you can and make a huge difference to a young person

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My story

Alice has gone from thinking sexual abuse was a part of childhood , anxious to leave the house, to a signed musician, putting on gigs for other artists.