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Are you struggling with childcare costs?

We are looking for parents facing high levels of childcare costs and who can share their story with the media.

Our work in focus - LEAP assists disabled and refugee children in Leeds

We're focusing on our LEAP programme, which does fantastic work in support of disabled children and young refugees in the Leeds area.

A year after the riots - Young voices speak out

Young people are still stigmatised as a result of the riots that struck towns and cities across England a year ago today, our Young Voices project reports.

Islamic Society of Britain raising funds for us, other charities during Ramadan

'Ramadan has an established tradition of sharing and selfless giving that is every much a part of it, like the fasting'

Try our new homepages

Over the next six weeks we're using two very different designs as our homepage as a way of seeing which is most useful to you and our other users.

Professionals in Greenwich meet, pledge support for runaways

In Greenwich we held a workshop to raise awareness of issues linked to children who run away from home and care

Statement in response to Louise Casey’s report on ‘troubled’ families

'It is vital that we do not lay blame for this country's issues solely at the doors of parents'

Our LEAP programme: Responding to young people's needs in Leeds

The manager of our LEAP programme, Judith Shalkowski answers a wide range of questions about the project's work

Derbyshire poet supports us through her work

Commission Siobhan Fennell, a poet based in Derbyshire, to write a personalised poem for you - each piece supports our work with young people.

New report reveals how Universal Credit changes will hit disabled hardest

Tens of thousands of disabled adults and children will be much worse off as a result of welfare reform changes.

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