The Children’s Society fights for the hope and happiness of young people when it’s threatened by abuse, exploitation and neglect. The national charity supports children and young people affected by those issues and other vulnerable children including young refugees, young carers and those affected by mental ill-health, domestic abuse and substance misuse. The Children’s Society also carries our research and fights campaigns to secure changes to laws and policies affecting children and young people. While an independent charity, The Children’s Society was founded by a Sunday school teacher and still works in partnership with the Church of England where this will help advance support for issues affecting the most vulnerable children and young people. The charity’s national Include programme for young carers is based in Colden Common in the Winchester district. More information about Include is available here. More information about The Children’s Society is available here.
For more information on how to support or work with The Children’s Society locally please contact, Ruth Andoh-Baxter, Relationship Manager for Southern England on 07714 412 191 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Last Updated on January 16, 2021