By giving up a little bit of your time, you can help make a massive difference

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Covid-19 update

In light of the UK’s social distancing measures, we are exploring new ways Campaign Champions can be safely connected with each other. We’ll be looking at setting up digital options to allow you to continue working with us to create change locally. We look forward to working with you to continue improving children’s lives.

Being a Campaign Champion

We know that you are busy people, so don’t worry, we’re not asking for a huge commitment of your time.

The types of things you’d be doing might include:

  • Visit local decision makers. We can help you arrange a meeting where you’ll be able to tell your MP, councillors or other decision maker about the work of The Children’s Society and why it matters to you. Read a campaigners' blog about meeting her MP.
  • Organise a local event. This could be organising a stunt, arranging for one of our volunteer speakers to come and talk about our work, holding a stall in your local town centre, or even a street party or music event to engage your local community, friends and family.
  • Attend local meetings. You could join up with local groups or committees already active in your area, linking up campaigning with local fundraising or awareness-raising initiatives.
  • Reach out to others. Tell them about The Children’s Society work and engage them as Campaign Champions too.

If you like the sound of this then become a campaign champion today.