Jenny shares her story about how abuse at home led to drug and alcohol abuse and eventually, suicidal feelings. She tells us how The Children's Society project in Torbay helped her get back on her feet.
How your support helps
Jenny’s story: Escaping abuse
Helping children in Newcastle
Janine, a former runaway
Emily: Our children’s centre helped her family rebuild
could pay for a hot meal for a neglected child when a project worker meets with them.
could pay for a phone card for a young runaway to contact our project workers when they're in danger.
could help pay for a mediation session to resolve conflict between a runaway child and their parents.
could pay for a day out for 4 young carers in need of a break.
could pay for a mentor to work with a young runaway for a year.
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could help train a volunteer to support one of the 65,000 children living in care in the UK.
could pay for a hot meal, shower and living essentials for a young runaway.
could secure mobile phones for project workers so they are contactable at all times for children in danger and emergency situations.
could help provide ongoing support to a child as they take active steps to change their life.
could pay for a family to have mediation sessions to try and resolve conflict at home
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Please choose how you would like to support our work. Your donation means we can help more children in danger.
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