'They've never had it so good'? The reality of child poverty
This month, Nick Harding reflects on child poverty in our country, where more than 3 million children live in poverty9 Jul 2013
University sport - Why does it matter?
We're attending the British University & College Sport conference to meet students and share our new collection of sporting challenges8 Jul 2013
Recipe for an amazing festival: 1600 young carers, music and a cardboard house
At the Young Carers Festival, Rob finds the contrast between fun and caring responsibilities5 Jul 2013
Fair and Square - free school meals and more
Free school meals are key to a wider collection of benefits working families in poverty can receive5 Jul 2013
Martyna speaks about her and fellow young people's photography exhibition
Exploring identity and community, the DreamMakers exhibition begins its stay in London today then moves to other parts of the UK.4 Jul 2013
Watch young carers sing in the 'Y Factor' at this year's Young Carers Festival
Following feedback from a panel of judges, a group of young carers joined together to sing the festival's theme song4 Jul 2013
Celebrating young refugees' contributions to the UK
Today is the last day of Refugee Week - have a look at interviews we've run and take action to help young refugees22 Jun 2014
'The young people we work with are incredible and have so much to offer'
During Refugee Week, Shohana from our Oxford programme answered our questions about what it is like to work with young refugees19 Jun 2014
How does debt affect children?
You may think that debt is an issue that affects only adults, but it’s not. Problem debt can have a devastating impact on children's lives, too18 Jun 2014
Video: 'We just needed someone on our side'
What are debt's effects on children? Watch our new campaign video and share it with your friends11 Jun 2014
Our support workers take fundraising to new heights
Lizzie, below right, shares her plan to skydive 15,000 feet with her colleague Leonie in support of our work - please donate11 Jun 2014
'Try something a wee bit wacky so that it generates some extra interest'
Ian and Sheila Hinton have supported our work for nearly half a century. This year they are aiming to complete a DO a month with their community5 Jun 2014