We support the most vulnerable and neglected children and young people throughout the UK and we’ve been doing so for 145 years. See us through a young person's eyes
Have you signed up for The Giant Wiggle 2015?
The portal explains what neglect might look like and enables people to report concerns to their local children’s services or police.
Poverty is robbing children of their life chances. All parties have to place this issue at the top of their agenda, and commit to a shift from managing the effects of poverty to tackling the roots.
One in three vulnerable young people is leaving care aged just 16 or 17, in sharp contrast to new polling which shows the UK public believes 21 or older is the right age to move out of the family home.
New government website is a ‘vital step forward’ in the fight against child neglect, according to Action for Children.
Are you brave enough to be captured and held in the prison cells at Lancaster Castle? Do you want to make a difference to the lives of the children and young people we work with? If so, we would love to hear from you.
The Fright Hike challenge is simple – each walker makes their way around the spooky Sherwood Forest within 6 hours at night. The walk is not for the faint hearted, it's a challenging 30km trek - not just a walk in the park.
Take part in the Ricky Road Run this October to raise money for local children with disabilities – if you pick up those trainers, they could go on special trips out, which they really deserve.
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