Our campaigns

Our campaigns make a real difference to the lives of children and young people - and that’s down to you.

With your support, we’ve achieved major changes in legislation and protected children’s rights.  

Together we’ve made sure sustained emotional abuse is recognised as a crime. We’ve helped young people in Wales stay in care longer if they need to. And we’ve convinced the Government to set up a savings scheme for children in care 

But there’s lots more to do. Here’s how you can help.  

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Urge government to Choose Childhood  

Every child deserves a safe and happy childhood. Yet there are more children in care and more children are identified as being at risk of harm. Children don’t choose their lives - but we can choose to act. Urge government to commit to a national plan for children now, before things get worse.   

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Be a Secret Santa for a vulnerable child  

Become a Secret Santa and bring joy, warmth and safety to a vulnerable child in the UK this Christmas.  

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Help support children affected by domestic abuse

Domestic abuse doesn't just affect adults, it affects children too. We’ve been campaigning to ensure that child victims of domestic abuse can access the support they need to recover. Join us and show your support for ensuring that children living in homes with domestic abuse get the help they need.

Campaign with us

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Help give children and families vital support  

Support for poor families is disappearing up and down the country. Children’s centres, a lifeline to families, are closing rapidly at a rate of one a week. Tell the government it needs to produce a vision for services support children in the vital early years of life.   

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Other campaigns  

We know that working with others can help us get more done. Find out how you can add your voice, too:  

  • We work with the The Disabled Children’s Partnership and 27 other charities to fight for better health and social care for disabled children, young people and their families.  
  • Children experience loneliness, just like adults. We’re leading on the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness - be part of the solution by pledging to start a conversation today.
  • We support mental health charity Heads Together, which runs a campaign to tackle stigma  and change the conversation on mental health.  
  • End Child Poverty is a group of charities holding the government to account on its commitment to end child poverty. Help us get the word out by raising the issue with your local MP.

 

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